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■ PRINCES^f^ MARYLAND 



THE 1969 HAWK STi^FF 



Editor in Chief— Pat Hopkins Alexander 



Associate Editor — Calvin Dotson, jr. 



Assistant Editor — Ingiid L. Hull 



Layout Editors — Charles C. Huff' 
Joan Prettyman 
Donald Whittington 



Activities Editor — Kay Francis Opher 



or — Charles Richardson 



Art — Marlene Custis 



Photography— Mr .Thomas Wiles 
Barbara Collins 
Nelson Wallace 



Typist^Linda Reid 



Beverly Orr 



Patricia Reed 



Deborah Amos 



Advisors— Joseph A. Bpyce 
D r .;Etl ward J a mes .; 



The Editor and staff wis! 



of 'THE HAWK' 




A GRKAT LIBRARY CONTAINS THE DIARY OF THE HUMAN RACE. 

THE GREAT CONSULTING ROOM OF A WISE MAN IS THE LIBRARY. 



Foreword 

DEDICATION 6 

HOMECOMING 15 

MISS MARYLAND STATE 18 

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES 20 

ADMINISTRATION & STAFF 27 

ACADEMICS 49 

ORGANIZATIONS 67 

GREEKS 81 

SPORTS 97 

SENIOR CLASS Ill 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the 
age of fooHshness, it was the epoch of behef, it was the epoch of 
incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of 
Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, 
we had everything before us, we had nothing before us . . ." 

Dickens 

It was the YEAR of the HAWK 

One thousand nine hundred and sixty-eight. 



DEDICATION 




Dr. William P. Hytche 



A mathematician, an instructor, a most 
dynamic friend. 

It is nothing to say that one has just lived. 
However, it is more to say that one has lived to 
help his fellow man. It is even more to say that 
one has loved in his living. 

Dr. William P. Hytche, to whom we make 
this dedication, is a man who has lived for 
others. He has lived to instruct others so that 
they might reap the fruits of this vast society. 

To you. Dr. William P. Hytche — a man of 
keen vision and tenacity — a most thunderous 
salute. 



Dr. Hytche — mediator among students, 
faculty, and administration; Dr. Hytche — 
promotor of better student relations; Dr. Hytche 
— friend to the student. Our illustrious "Dean 
of Students" is all of these. 

But to a small contingent of people at 
M.S.C., Dr. Hytche is more than just an excel- 
lent Coordinator of Student Affairs. Dr. Hytche, 
to the mathematics majors, is a lighthouse in 
the turbulent sea of mathematics. Although his 
major responsibility as "Dean of Students" 
keeps him pretty busy. Dr. Hytche still manages 
to devote some of his time to the Natural Sci- 
ences Department in the capacity of an excellent 
mathematics instructor. Students of mathe- 
matics thank you for sharing with them your 
superior knowledge of this area. 

We the student body of Maryland State 
College salute you and sincerely dedicate to you 
the "1969 Hawk." 






Dr. William P. Hytche, whose personaiitv displays the qualities 
of confidence, scholasticism, vigor, tenacity, and a fine sense of 
humor, is first a devoted family man. He does not, however, limit 
his interest to the confines of home and family. One who has also 
given liberally of his time and talent to working with civic, 
charitable, religious and other organizations has most certainly 
contributed to the intellectual climate of home, school, and 
community. 

On him and on his high endeavorii 

The light of praise shall shine forever. 

Wordsworth 




The Calm During The Storm 



Yeah! You Owe yMt- $250 




Can We Pick Up Our Marriage License Here? 



An E.O.G., National Defense, Workship, Work Study 
— Good Reason To Grin! 




Okay Gang — This Is Where We Turn Into Numbers 



The Final Hurdle — ^X'iolet! 




A heakhy mind makes a pretty face. 



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The Test Can't Be Today. 




Tales of Two Phillies 






The Pony Express Must Travel. 



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A Little Snow Never Stopped Anyone. 




Any One for Sight-Seeing? 



Ever Hear of the Sap Rising? 



You'll Never Get Out. 





Even Teddy Is Studying. 




Business and Pleasure 



So Its Home Again. 




This Is a Recording; The Number 
You've Dialed Is No Longer in Serv- 
ice. 





Time Waits for No One. 



I Say One More Time. 




Thanks for the B in Micro. 




Miss Barbara Delk, who reigns as 
Miss Hawk for the school year 1968-69. 
resides in Riviera Beach. Florida. She 
is a 1966 graduate of Mary N. Smith 
High School in .Accomac. Virginia. 
Miss Delk exemplifies her qualifica- 
tions for this high honor through her 
graciousness and quiet dignity. A jun- 
ior art education major, she is an 
active member of the .\rt Club and 
The Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. 




Barbara Delk- 

Presents 

Homecoming Activities 



They Came 
In Great Masses 

For 
THE FUNERAL 




We Came To Bury the Aggie Not to 

Praise Him. The Solemn, But Soulful Bishop Blue and Com- 

pany. 





Rest in Peace Aggie! 



Praise the Hawks! 








VVoow, Becky, You Haven't Changed a Bit. 



Take It Easy Sister, We Know He Was a Good Aggie. 





Rev's Got the Soulful Touch. 



The Ghosi oi the Aggie l.mgers Near! 



The mighty Hawks daiicett unci clieered. between intei- 
mittent showers of rain. 







They even built floats and displayed their fabtdous 
queens with their consorts. 







JACQUELINE MATTHEWS 

SS MARYLAND STATE 
1968-69 





The Great Proclamation! 



Her Majesty and Court 




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Doing Fine on Cloud Nine 



The charming First Lady of Maryland State College for the year 1968-69 is 
the beautiful Miss Jacqueline Matthews, of Glen Burnie, Maryland. 

Miss Matthews is a graduate of Glen Burnie High School. She is presently a 
senior majoring in Physical Education and minoring in Biology. 

In 1965-66 she was Miss NAACP and Miss Alpha Phi Alpha in 1966-67. She 
is an active member of the Women's Council, the Physical Education Club, the 
American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, the NAACP, 
and Gamma Sigma Sigma Colony. 



CULTURAL 

ACTIVITIES 




"Go Now Pay Later" presented by the Judimar School 
of Dance, directed by Marion Cuyjet. 




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Rev. Thomas Kilgore. jr. — pastor Second Baptist 
Church, Los .\ngeles, Cahf. and Rev. George Lawrence, 
pastor of the .\ntioch Baptist Chtnch, Brooklyn, keynote 
speakers of The Design for Living Week, are shown 
here flanking otir President. 



Rev. W. Tycer Nelson, who spearheaded the program, 
shown here expressing, along with participating minis- 
ters, the motto of the program, "I Have a Dream . . ." 






Duke Ellington Does His Thing. 



WE'LL REMEMBER ALWAYS 
GRADUATION DAY 




Mr. Jack Roosevelt Robinson, Special Assistant to 
the Governor of New York, delivered the Commence- 
ment Address at Maryland State College on June 2, 
1968. 

"I hope from this great class and other graduating 
c! jsst« fhe leadership that has been lacking emerges." 




The speaker was cited with the Honorary Degree, 
Doctor of Humane Letters, awarded by our President, Dr. 
John T. Williams. 





The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in concert, directed 
bv Brian Priestman. 



The Chamber Trio in concert featuring Catherine Han- 
sel, Soprano, William Montgomery, Flutist and Ron- 
ald Barnett, Percussionist. 



The Turnau Ojjera Players in "La Boheme" by Puccini 
(in Eng.). 





LEADERSHIP 
CONVOCATION 

FORMER STUDENT LI 
BRARY 
ASSISTANT DELIVERS 
CONVOCATION ADDRESS 
Mr. C. Payne Lucas, class of 
'59, and a former student li- 
brary assistant, delivered the 
Tenth Leadership Convocation 
Address on Wednesday, Decem- 
ber 4. Mr. Lucas is now Region- 
al Director for Africa, the Peace 
Corps. 






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Don Cossack Chorus And Dancers 



The General Platoff 



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An African student who assisted Mr. 
HamUn El-Dabh is beseiged for auto- 
graphs. 





Mr. Hamlin El-Dabh gave a dramatic performance on 
"African Drum Language and African Musical Instruments." 





HONORS CONVOCATION 



The National Honors Convention was slated for 
Kiah Hall Auditorium on February 26. The convention's 
purpose was to recognize those students who are either on 
the Dean's List or oh the Honor Roll. Only students 
with an average of 3.40 or better on a 4-point scale were 
honored. In addition, any student so recognized must 
have had 12 accredited semester hours. 

The parents, friends, and relatives of each student 
involved in the program were present. 



Roy Wilkins, executive director of the National 
Association for tha Advancement of Colored 
People, Speaker. 







Mrs. Louise A. Laiham 
National Recording Secretary of Women 
Deans and Counselors of America 





Mrs. Ester Pollard 
North Atlantic Regional Director of AK.\ 



The Assembly and .Special Affairs Committee of Mary- 
land State College presented Gwendolin Sims, so- 
prano, in a song recital. Miss Sims was accompanied at 
the piano by Warren Wilson. 





Governor Mandel was born April 19, 1920, in Baltimore. He attended Pimlico Elementary School, Garrison 
junior High School, and graduated trom City College in 19.^7. He went to the University of Maryland and then to 
the University's Law .School, receiving his LL.B. in 1942. 

Marvin Mandel's jwlitical career began in 1950 when he served as a justice of the Peace in Baltimore City. He 
wa.s also a member of the Governor's Commission on the Municipal Court for Baltimore City. Governor 

Mandel's leadership in the General y\ssembly was often described as "quiet and cautious." .Although he exercised firm 
control of the House, lie was always open lo all sides of an argument and was always wiUing to help fellow 
legislators with their problems. 




BOARD OF REGENTS 





The "sparkplug" of our institution in a most 
pensive mood. 



Omega Man of the Year, 1968 



DR. JOHN TAYLOR WILLIAMS 
PRESIDENT 




During Commencement 1968 with Mr. 1- i\hs. Jackie 
Rol)inson 




With plans for future expansion. 



President John Taylor Williams has rounded out 
his twenty-first year at Maryland State College. This 
year finds him yet resolving, building, and responding 
to the years of the Sixties and the Seventies. To be 
certain that the future of MSC is secure, he is still 
making long-range plans. His voice is not with that of 
Spengler, Ortega, Toynbee — that time is running out for 
the West. 

"A fully qualified, stimulating seat of learning ... a 
new science building . . . preliminary plans have been 
completed and funds requested for a million-dollar 
auditorium ... a $300,000 swimming pool. Landscaping 
... a large new parking and automobile circle will be 
built in front of the Administration Building, closing 
the road which is presently in use. . . ." 
"A new name — 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, 

Princess Anne Campus . . ." 
QLIOTED are only a few among the alternative 
goals which have priority with the .\dministration. The 
President muses with another President, .Abraham Lin- 
coln, with reference to plans, new and old crises in 
higher education: 

"The dogmas of the quiet past are inadequate to 
the stormy present. The occasion is piled high 
with difficulty, and we must rise with the occasion." 

John Taylor Williams continues to rise with the 
occasion, as he has done so brilliantly in the past. 
Educated in the tradition of the power of ideas — as are 
all true scholars — ^fbr twenty-one years he has met the 
occasions occurring in the College's continuing struggle 
for truth. 




ADMINISTRATIVE 
, ASSISTANT 

TO THE PRESIDENT 

Dr. William A. Lynk 



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DEAN 

OF THE 

COLLEGE 

Dr. Howard K. VVrielu 



I am pleased to ex lend greetings 
lo ihc class of 1969. 

\'ou are the most remarkable 
gioii|) of students I have known. 
Von are alert to the problems 
facing .students everywhere. Yon 
have very aggressively but intelli 
gently expressed your feelings b\ 
conferences, petitions, demands, 
and even demonstrations. 

Vou should continue to be mill 
tant as you enter the nonacademit 
world. Protest, but continue to 
have woithy goals and a program. 
In this way you will make a 
positive contribution in rectifying 
the ill.s of racism, impoverishment, 
injustice and war. You will con- 
tribute thus lo a worthy life for 
yourself and lo improvement in 
social betterment for yoin fellow- 
man. 




DIRECTOR OF 
ADMISSIONS 




BUSINESS MANAGER 



Mr. Raymond A. Robillard 



LIBRARIAN 

Jason C. Grant, III 




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Mr. Herbert F. Olsen 

Director of College Jielalioiis 




Miss [eanette Smith 
Head Dormitory Counselor {women) 




Ml . Roljcri I.. Dowery 

I lend Doriiiilory Counselor { men) 




Mr. W. Tycer Nelson 
CoUciie Minister 





Dr. William P. Hytche 

Director oj Siudeul Affairs 



Mr. Charles [acobs 

Director rjf Place men I 





Major Sylvester Jackson 
Head of Aerospace Studies 



Dr. William M. Pender 

Director cjf Teacher-Training 



DEPARTMENT HEADS 




Dr. Hanell .Smiili 
Agyifiilline 





Mr. Howard Davis 

Heallli (i)i(l Physical liduculion 




Mr. Theodore Briggs 
Mechanic Arts 



Dr. Gerald Johnson 

Music 





1)1. W illiani ,'\. Lynk 
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Dr. Broatlus B. Jackson 
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FACULTY AND STAFF 




Mrs. Darlene S. Abram 

Assl., Admis.sious 



Dr. fames B. Abram 

Assoc. Prof., Biology 



Mr. Cliiton ). Anderson 

'I'yiick Co/icli; Inslr. 




Mrs. .\nna P. Barnes 

Secretary 



Mr. William F. Bernheisel 

lustr. 




Mr. Donald F. Blakely 
PersoniU'l 'rccliiiician, AFliOTC 




Mrs. Linda Boone 
Secretary 1 



Mr. Joseph A. Boyce 

Asst. Libru. 




Mrs. Katherine B. Boyce 

Secretary 




Mrs. Mary Fair Burks 

.Issl. I'vof.. English (on leave) 



Mr. Warrick Carter 

Inslr. {on leave) 



Dr. Paul K. L. Chao 
Lecturer, Social Sci. 




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Mrs. Carrie D. Chishom 
Secretary 1 




Mr. William H. Clelland 

Assl. Prof., Mechanic Arts 



Miss Margaret Coley 
Dormitory Counselor 




w' ' )tis W. Conway 
i'i)h<c (./niumssioner, FMirO 



Mrs. Elizabeth C. Ciordery 
Ctk.-Tyj). Ill 



Miss Jessie M.Cottman 

A.ssl. l.ibrn. 




Mrs. Marion Cuyjet 
Direclor of Dance 



Mr. Howard Davis 

Head of Depi. of Health and Phys. 

Ed. 



Mr. William R. Davis 

Dormitory Counselor 




Mr. John J. Donlan 
Assi. Prof, Mechanic Arts 



Mr. John T. Dorsey 

Asst. Manager, Student Union 



Dr. Gregg S. Edwards 

J'isiling Scholar, Physics 




Mrs. Helen S. Dennis 

Dormitory Counselor 



Mrs. Barbara Elaine Dashiell 

Instr. Home Economics 



Mrs. Ella P. Doane 
Matron 




Miss Aiethia A. Eips 
A.\.\t. hof., Clothing, Home Econom- 



Miss Ethyl Kay Ensey 
Inslr., Biology 



Mr. V. James Garofalo 

Lecturer, Dept. of English and Lang. 




Miss Alma M. Gregg 
Asst. Prof., Music 



Miss Elyn Heine 

As.st. Prof, English 



Mrs. Mary L. Harmon 
Clk.-Tyj). Ill , Ad?nissions 




\\) ^ ] . l.eon Gales 

I'lU. 1 



Mr. Roosevelt Gilliam 

llciid Eootlxill Coach, liistr. Ph\.^ 
Ed. 



Mr. |ason C. Grant 

Head Librarian 




Miss Charletta House 

Asst. Librn. 



Miss Ann Howard 
Secretary 1 



Mr. C. Donald Hughes 

Visiting Scholar 




Mr. William O. Hull 

Asst. Prof., Natural Sci. and Math 



Mr. Samuel N. Hutchins 
Data Proc. 



Mrs. Priscilla Hutt 
Clerk 1 




Miss Myra C. Ikard 
Library .Assistant 



Mr. Charles C. Jacobs 
Assl. Prof., French 



Jl)v. Ed^vard F.James 
I'lsiting Scholar, English 




Mrs. Mae P. Johnson 

Switchboard Supervisor 



Mr. Walter Jones 

Instr., linelish 



Mr. Wilbur A. Jones 

^^,v.v/. Registrar 




Mr. T. Waldo Kiah 
Assl. Prof., Education 



Miss Barbara Lane 

Secrela ry 1 



Dr. Erica A. Leh 
Lecturer-German 




Ml. vcrnoii K. iVkCiain 

Assl. I'roj., MaliniKitHs 



Mrs. C^aioiyiin Mcllnay 

hislr.. Ilouw l-j (jiiouii( s 



Mr. Joel C. Mack 

Assl'. I'rof., Math 




Mrs. G. Annette Mann 

Clk.-ryj?ist 



Dr. Claud C. Marion 

Prof., Agricultural Education 



Mrs. Lennette W. Messick 

Clk.-Typist 





Mrs. Carolyn Mitchell 

Nurse 1 



Mr. Jimmie Mosely 
Asst. Prof., Art (Head) 



Miss Patricia Murphy 

Instr., Ma t liema t ics 




Mr. Arnold W. Orvedal 

Instr., Chemistry 



Dr. William M. Pender 

Director ofTeaclier-Trnining 



Ml lames \. Polk 
Asst. P)oJ., Eng-Ijjng. {on leave) 




Col. Leon F. Punsalan 

Assl. Prof., Mech. Arts 



Mrs. Brenda D. Ray 

Coordinalov, Financial Aid 



Miss S. Aurora Riel 

Lecturer, Business 




Mr. [oe R. Robinson 
Baskelbull Coacli 



Mrs. Lucille Roiiinson 

Cashier 



Cap't. Jesse H. Rosenbloom 

Assl. I'ruf., .Aerospace 




M) . Henry K. .Sanders 

lu\tr., Musii 



Mv. losepii L. SaKhell 
./ss/. I'ro/.. An 




Mr. Mark A. Sluilnian 
Inslr., I'oUlical Science 



Mrs. Lois M. Smith 

Inslr., Physical Education 



Dr. George W. Starling 
Assoc. Pyof., History 




Mrs. Ina Q. Steele 
Admissions Asst. 11 



Mr. George D. Stewart 
Instr., Biology 



Mrs. Mary Stewart 
Secretary 1 




Mr.John V. Stnckland 
Assoc. Prof., Poultry 



Mr. James A. Sullivan 

instr., Mechanic .-irts 



Mrs. Delores .4. Taylor 

Inslr., Business 




Mr. Richard H. Thomas 

Assl. Prof., Industrial Arls Ed. 



Sgt. Joseph L. Tolliver 
NCIC,AFROTC 



Dr. Moses W. Vaughn 
Prof, of .-igricuhure 




Mrs. .\nna M. E. Vincent 

Nurse 



Mrs. Devenia P. Wallace 

Assi. Prof, Foods-Xuhilio)! C.oordiu- 



Miss Jannetta Wallace 
Secrflary 1 




Mr. Mclvm J. VVImc, jr. 
Security Ojfitcr 



Mrs. Yvonne White 

Secretary I 




Mr. Thomas H. Wiles 
Instructor 



Mr. Thomas B. Wilburn 

Acft. 



Mr. Mance R. Wilhams 

Instructor 




Robert T. Adkins, M.D. 

Physician 



Mr. Robert H. Beasley 
Phys. Pit. 




Mr. Andrew Couman, Mrs. Lillie Wilson, Mr. John S. Jones, Mrs. Left to Right 0]i\ei Mc\ers, Slii<l<-iil I'.^i^lni:'. Mr. I'u-dcrick \V 

June W. Rhodes, Mr. Raymond R. Polk. Standing r to 1: Mr. Corbin. CVd/x'/i/ci, Mr. .\rnald H. Ballard. (.Vii/xji/fi. 

Benjamin Black, Mr. Ossian Hawkins, Mr. Raleigh L, Bowen. 




MARYLAND STATE 
COLLEGE 



Founded 1886 



A co-educational state supported land-grant college, a 
division of the University of Maryland vvliich has as its 
main objectives: 

1. To train the student to the end that he shall possess 

a degiee of liberal and vocational education suffici- 
ent for good citizenship and the ability to live 
happily in a cultural society. 

2. To train students to serve the State of Maryland and 

surroimding areas as commimity leaders, teachers, 

supervisors and skilled workers. 
'^. To assist the individual in dexeloping a foimdation 

for giaduate and professional stud\ . 
4. To provide scientific information and other data to 

homemakcrs and workers in agriciiltine anil industry. 



INTRODUCTION TO ACADEMICS 



A NEW LIBRARY, A NEW "HUB" OF LEARNING 

>iome i(uls About Your Neiu Library 

ThecostofbuildingthenewMarylandStateCol- 
legeLibi-aryincludingfurnishingswas$80(),000.00.The 
buildingwasconstructedtohouse 1 05,000volumes,and 
willseat350students.Ithas42,325squarefeetofnoor 
spaceandiscompletelyairconditioned.Ithasalecture 
roomtoseat280people,amicro-mediaroom,confer- 
ence room, staff lounge, typing room, special col- 
lections room, audio-visual room and offices. 

ThelibraryhasopenstacksandsubscribestoGOO 
periodicalsand27newspapers.Architectsforthebuild- 
ingwereiMaloneandWilliamsofSalisbury.andthe 
Cambridge firm of Charles Brohawn. 






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LOOKING AROUND 
OUR SPACIOUS CAMPUS 






Our president meets with a group of distingquished 
businessmen representing such firms as Bell Tele- 
phone, Pepsi Cola Company, Southern New Eng- 
land Telephone Company, Western Union Tele- 



phone Company, Campbell Soup Company, Gener- 
al Electric Company and Metropolitian Life Insur- 
ance Company. 





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President Williams escorts members of the Legislative 
Council, visiting our campus on an inspection tour. 



Its our hope that this group would be influential in 
substantiating our need for campus expansion programs. 




MISS BLACK AMERICA 

SAUNDRA WILLIAMS 

PRESENTS CLUBS AND 

ORGANIZATIONS 




The first Miss Black America was crowned 
August, 1968, in Atlantic City, New Jersey. This 
achievement of black women everywhere was won 
by Miss Saundra Williams, our own at Maryland 
State College. 



She is active in many activities on campus, ana at 
home. She is a member of the NAACP, History 
Club, Wesley Foundation, and .\Ipha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority. 




MILITARY 

Day 



Left to right: Front Row; Col. Al- 
fred J. [onion, Dr. Howard E. 
Wright/Dr. John T. Williams, 
Capt. Gene C. Turner, Major Syl- 
vester Jackson, Jr. 

Left to right: Second Row; Major 
James S. McCormick, Mr. C. Z. Kel- 
ler, Major Phillip Dashiell, L/Col. 
Paul Lehman, Cmdr., George W. 
Gogg. 




ALPHA KAPPA MU 




Alpha Kappa Mu was conceived as an organization of men and women of superior abilities who woidd be so 
organized that their mutual efforts might be coordinated and stimulated. It seeks to present the scholar as a "man 
thinking" — an individual with a program which uses a superior mind to do socially desirable work for the service 
of mankind. It hopes to discover potential scholars — gifted students — and to assist them to receive recognition, 
grants-in-aid, scholarships, fellowships and assistantships. It aims to bring together master and student to their 
mutual benefit and to the advancement of human knowledge and understanding. It would dignify scholarship 
through symbols, publicity and the interpretation of achievement to laymen. This is its task and service. 




MSC CHOIR 




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"Ilie "Clefters" is the official name of the organiration and has as its officers the folluoing: President, Ambia Hooper; 
\'ice- President, William Boddy; Secretary, Paulette Upshur; Treasurer, Wanda Stewart; Chaplain, George LeCompte. 
The choir is directed by Dr. Gerald W. Johnson and accompanied by Associate Professor, Alma L. Gregg. 



The esteemed Maryland State College Choir is 
an aggregation of forty singers who are interested 
in singing a variety of choral literature primarily 
for the sake of pleasure. Geogiaphically. the singers 
represent several states and pursue various courses 
of study. 

The development of a greater appreciation of 
music is the primary educational objective of the 
singers. To provide genuine and pleasurable musi- 
cal listening experience for the choir's audiences is 
of paramount importance. It attempts to do so by 



performing a broad variety of sacred and secular 
literature ranging from the sixteenth century to 
the present. Palestrina, ]. S. Bach, G. F. Handel, 
Gounod, Brahms and Richard Rodgers and other 
known com]X)sers are represented in the choral 
literatine performed by the group. 

The collegiate gi'oup is a non-profit organiza- 
tion and maintains a fidl schedide of singing 
engagements sponsored by civic, church and in- 
dustrial organizations. Live and ta|)ed tele\ision 
and radio programs are frequent. 



Dr. Johnson conducts MSC's harmonious voices 




BETA KAPPA CHI 




Science Honoi Club St/iled 1 leanoi Cooke, Hubert Collins. Sliiiiiliiiii, left l<> Right: Heiman 1 uie \i1msoi Hi. 
james \bram, Thomas Ce\is I llison Brock, Ciiarles Kinslow Allonzo Jennings. Larry Brooks. Donald Baker Charles 
Ricliaidson 



F.A.A. 




The Maryland State Chapter of the F.A.A. is a modification of the National F.F.A. Organization. We are a charter 
organization. Officers: Richard .Adams, President; Dwight Waters, Treasurer; Pete Oeshields, Reporter. 



HISTORY CLUB 




Sealed left to right: Cecilia Short, Diane Williams. Joan Prettyman, Amal Vousif, Rolloni 
McKinne\, Lillian Perkins, Charles Huff- President, Barbara Bridgeforth, Barbara Johnson, 
Lehrman Dotson. Sliiiiiliiig left to right: Alfreda Foster, Mary Jones, Paulette L'pshur, Johnie 
Shouell, Fannv Lockhart, 1 ho mas Wilson, Carol Ambush, Regina Mackall. Melvin Fowlkes, 
Richard \\alls, lovce W'hittington, Sandra Rawlings, Calvin Dotson. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 




Sciiteil left to right: Lucv 
Wright, Janie Savage, Peggie 
Watson, Sandra Lee, Ava 
Waters. Iir\t Row: Clarissa 
Grimes, Henrietta Deshields, 
Cynthia Major, Arlene 
Foote, Maxine Slaughter, 
Joan Thomas, Reginia Oden. 
Second Roie: Ingiid Hull, 
Kvelyn Diickerv. Judv Blake, 
Patricia Hopkins, third 
Roir: Hattie Woods, Brenda 
Lduards, Harriet Broun, Pa- 
tricia Clark, Beverly Orr, 
Tiquita Harrison, Lo\ella 
Hull, lonnetta l.onnerman, 
Mrs. l)e\enia Wallace. 




INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB 




/■V),v/ How, left to right: Andrew Anderson, Joseph Wilkinson, Warren Young, Terry Plater Second Row: 
Douglas Walls, Archie Draper, Herbert Cornish, Sherwood Finder, Reginald Farrare. I hird Roiv: Fletcher Scott, 
Tyrone Wells, )ohn Wright, Rudolph Carter, Jimmie Odum. 



INTERNATIONAL CLUB 




Li-Jl Id riglil: l.iroy Ring, Carole Bo\ce, B.iilanti Osman, Benedict Cayenne, Melvin Fowkles, Pamela 
Gill, Minja Moon, Orrin A. Mooie, Amal Vousif, John Jones, //ok/.- Joseph A. Boyce, Advisor. 



M.S.C. MARCHING BAND 



riic iiisHLinun lal program as we 
kno\v ii uiday had iis origin three years 
ago will) Warrick I,. Carter as the di- 
rector ill 196(5. This program began 
with nineteen |X'rformers and it has 
grown tremendously in size and 
strength. This program offers concert 
band, marching band, wind ensembles, 
and jazz lab band. 

The Marching Band has presented 
colorful half-time shows and parades at 



significant events. The Marching Band 
also participated in a Christmas Parade 
in Princess .\nn for the first time in its 
history. The Concert Band, Wind En- 
sembles, and Jazz Lab Band have given 
a variety of cultural experiences to our 
campus life. 

Presently the Band is under the di- 
rection of Henry Sanders where more 
[jerforming opportunities are being pre- 
sented to this performing organization. 

The Maryland State Col- 
lege Instrumental Music Pro- 
gram is one in which every 
musician regardless of the 
length and level of his ex- 
periences contributes to the 
program the necessary 
amount of preparation in or- 
der to have a perfect pro- 
gram. 






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MSC BAND 



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M" CLUB 





I loin left to right: Andrew Bates. Bernard James, Sherwin Perkins, 
John Borden, Vernon Stoner. 



I- rain left to right: joe Williams, Melvin Fowlkes, Gerald Irons. 



N.A.A.C.P. 




First Row: Cecilia Short, Laura Davis, Barbara Collins, Patricia Clark, Brenda Fleming, Audrey Bell, Mary Jones 
and Doretha Phillips. Second Row: Charles Richardson, Andrew Bates, Louis Finney, Herman Eure, Curtis 
McMeekin. 



PHI BETA LAMBDA 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
CLUB 




Sealed: William Foy, Bertina Hurley, 
Curtis McMeekin, Joan Mitchell. 
Slaiidiug: tdith Aydlett, Zenora Mil- 
ler, Joyce Pinder, Kenneth Johnson, 
Louis Finey, Willie DeShazo, Tyrone 
Galloway, Hugh Polk, Brenda Hol- 
land, David Jackson, Laura Davis, 
Phillip Suggs, Keith Skinner, Eric 
King, Robert Hunter, Robert Price, 
Harold Johnson, Richman Right. 



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The Department of Physical Fduca- 
tion offers both service and profes- 
sional programs. The service courses 
attempt to meet the needs and inter- 
ests of the general student in the 
different areas of the college. The 
professional courses are intended for 
students who are preparing to be 
teachers of Physical Fducation and 
learners in recreation programs. In 
addition to this the department offers 
an intensive program in intramural 
activities for all students and a pro- 
gram of intercollegiate athletics for 
the varsity athlete. 
Objectives: 

1 . r o d e \ e 1 o p the individual 
through physical activities. 

2. Fo develop constructive attitudes 
toward physical activity anil particu- 
larly toward play. 

3. To develop standards of conduct. 

4. To prepare teachers for the 
teaching of Physical Kducation in 
secondary schools. 

1 he Physical Education Majors 
Club began in 1947 and it has been 
active since, the club S|X)nsors the 
recreational hoiu every Wednesday 
night. 

jir\l Row: I lizabeth Smith, Glcnda 
Noung, Delores Cook, l-.velyn Miles, 
Diana Whitehead. Leslie Johnson, 
Linda Baskerville, Nolelia Pinckens. 
ScioikI Row: Jake Ford, Ruth Jones, 
Delores Dickey, Dwight Jefferson, 
Jackie Matthews, .\lfonso Jennings, 
Deborah Harding, Henry Ford. I'hiril 
Rotr: I ric Hill, Joseph C. Command- 
er. Daniel I . Ragsdale, Thomas Sut- 
ton . \ ernon Sloner, James Phillips, 
James Coates, McKinlcy Hayes. 



SCIENCE CLUB 



Left to right: Herman Eure, Hubert 
Collins. Kleanor Cooke, Charles Kins- 
lovv, Larry Brooks, Donald Baker, 
Alonzo Lennings, Thomas Cevis, 
Charles Richardson, Ellison Brock. 




WESLEY FOUNDATION 



Left to right: Charles Huff, Thomas 
Cevis, Luther Stump, Ricardo Taylor, 
Laura Davis, Joan Burse, Diane Wil- 
liams, Carol Bruce, Drew Jefferson. 







WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS 

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AMERICAN COLLEGES 

AND UNIVERSITIES 



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Hubert Collins 





Patricia H. Alexander 



Paillette Upshur, 




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Brenda Kdwards Patricia Stewart Harriet Brown Herman Eure Dwight Jefferson Alfonso Jennings 



YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 




/.rjl hi rijilil: I ii^l /i'(ivr-|o \nn Jackson, l.ulricia i'.lliolt, 
Dcborrah Jones, Sandra l.ce, and Mary Adams. Second 
h'dv — Hcnriclla l)csln<-l(ls. N'irffinia Oarlei, l-.\elyn Duck- 
(M-y, Idiih \dvk-ll, l,iiiil;i ]'.askcr\ illr, and I'aliiria Kla- 
mer. I I, ml /,'<r,r--j)(>ir|l,;i I'liillips, |cdiii;i I Idxlcr, San- 



dra Haynes, Sliaion Holland, Belinda Wild) and Mrs, 
Helen Dennis, Advisor, loitilli Kou — ,\gnes Blantl, Clar- 
issa C;rinies, |iidith Blake and (ilcnda Mack, iiflh 
A'oir— Haltic Woods. Bcvcrlv Orr. I'alricia Reed. Marv 
Hawkins and |nyn' (irccn. 




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ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY 



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Alpha Kappa /Vlplia Sorority, the first 
Greek-letter sorority among Negro College 
women, was founded at Howard University, 
Washington, D.C., on January 16, 1908. Their 
purpose for organizing was "to cultivate and 
encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, 
improve the social status of the race, promote 
unity and friendship among college women, 
and to keep alive within the alumnae an inter- 
est in college life and progressive movement 
emanating therefrom". The Alpha Omicron 



Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority was 
founded at Maryland State College in 1951. 

Sorors of Alpha Omicron Chapter are: 
(seated — Left to right) Fanny Lockhart, Ingrid 
Hull, Shirley Carter, Airlee Ringgold, (stand- 
ing — ^Left to right) Patricia Stewart, Cecelia 
Evans, Brenda Fleming, Jackie Purcell, Audrey 
Bell, (Sweetheart) Harold Reid, Brenda Ed- 
wards, Ada Wise, Vickie Dashiell, Kay Opher, 
and Cecilia Short. 



IVY LEAF PLEDGE CLUB 

ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER 




IVY LEAF CLUB members of Al- 
pha Omicron Chapter are: lefl to 
right (seated) Barbara Bridgeforth 
and Edith Aydlett. (Standing) Ava 
Waters, Charles Huff(Sweetheart) 
and Wanda Stewart. 



Lefl to liglil (front) Brenda Berry, 
Edith Aydlett, Virginia Carter. 
(Rear) Antoinette Bennett, Janice 
Brown and Patricia Reed. 




ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY 




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Alpha Phi Alpha, a fraternity originally 
established for Negro College men, was founded 
at Cornell University on December 4, 1906. It 
was the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fra- 
ternity in the United States established for 
Negro college men. The fraternity is now inter- 
racial, with several white brothers taking active 
parts in the program. 

Ever aware of the magnetic appeal of our 
motto, "First of all, servants of all, we shall 
transcend all," it has been an endeavor of 
Alpha Phi Alpha to make this axiomatic truth 
a living reality. Further, the chapter has always 
held as its iTiost influential attributes, manly 



deeds, scholarship and love for all mankind. 
The Delta Nu Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha 
Fraternity at Maryland State College was found- 
ed in 1950. 

Brothers of Delta Nu are: left to right 
(front) Thomas Wilson, Roland Chase, Charles 
Waters, Ellison Brock, Thomas Cevis, William 
Duckery, Burlie Frinks, (rear) Harmon Mar- 
shall, Rodney Carr, Ralph Thomas, Tyrone 
Calloway, Howard R. McKinney, Herman Eure, 
(Sweetheart) Gloria Johnson, Drew Jefferson, 
Luther Stump, Sewell Feddiman, John Wright 
and Willie Taylor. 



SPHINX CLUB 
DELTA NU CHAPTER 




SPHINX CLUB members of Del- 
ta Nu Chapter are: lefl to right — 
Tyrone Ross, Frederick Grant, 
Richmond Wright, Amal Yousif 
(Sweetheart), Larry Brooks, John- 
ny Penn, David Smith, and Elroy 
Johnson. 





DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY 




Sorors of Delta Mu Chapter are: Left In right (front 
row) — Eleanor Cook, Jennie Johnson, Carol Bruce, Re- 
gina Mackall, Veda Jones, (Sweetheart) Tyrone Stith, 
Bertina Hurley, Barbara Collins, Joyce Blake, Harriet 
Brown, Adrienne Braithwaite. (Back row) Barbara Delk, 
Lillian Perkins, Kaylene Finch, Joan Burse, Claudine 
Finch, Margaret Hills and Thelma Watson. 



Delta Sigma Theta was founded at 
Howard University in Washington, 
D.C., on January 13, 1913. The stated 
purpose of the founders was to establish 
a society to promote high cultural, 
intellectual, and moral standards 



among its members, for its own benefit 
and for that of the large society in 
which it existed. Alpha Mu Chapter 
was founded at Maryland State College 
in 1952. 



PYRAMID PLEDGE CLUB 
OF ALPHA MU CHAPTER 



PYRAMID CLUB members of 
Alpha Mu Chapter are: left lo 
right — Gloria Thompson, Edith 
Cook, William Thompson (Sweet- 
heart) and Hattie Griffin. 





I.efl lo yighl — Helen Procter, 
Gloria Johnson, Evelyn Duckery, 
and Carole Boyce. 



OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY 




Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was founded on 
November 17, 1911, at Howard University in 
Washington, D.C. Believing that men of similar 
ideals and principles should bind themselves 
together in a common bond of brotherhood. 
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was founded upon 
these Four Cardinal Principles: Manhood, 
Scholarship, Perseverance, and Uplift. We are 
ever grateful to our founders, Edgar A. Love, 
Oscar Cooper, Frank Coleman and Ernest Just 



for fraternity of brotherhood and fellowship 
which shall stand as a glowing light for all men 
who pledge themselves to such principles. The 
Pi Epsilon Chapter of Maryland State College 
was foimded in 1948. 

Brothers of Pi Epsilon Chapter are: Douglas 
Walls, Joseph Wilkinson, Alonzo Price, Herbert 
Cornish, Charles Cuyjet and William Washing- 
ton. 



LAMPADOS PLEDGE CLUB 
OF PI EPSILON CHAPTER 



LAMPADOS Club members of Pi 
Epsilon Chapter are: left to right 
— D onald Hooker, William 
Thompson, Everett Woods, Ed- 
ward Swanson, and Tyron Stith. 





PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY 




Phi Beta Sigma's first conclave was held in 
Washington, D.C. on December 27-30 in the 
year of 1916 and the fraternity was incorporated 
on January 31, 1920. The founders, A. Langston 
Taylor, Leonard F. Morse, and C. t. Brown, 
felt the need of a Greek-letter college fraternity 
embracing the principles of brotherhood, schol- 
arship, and service which are crystallized and 
expressed in the fraternity's motto, "Culture for 
service and service for humanity." Alpha Mu 
Chapter, at Maryland State College was found- 
ed in 1950. 

Brothers of Alpha Mu Chapter are: left to 
right — Richard Adams, (Sweetheart) Alice 
Davis and Irving Johnson. 




COLONY OF GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA SORORITY 




Gamma Sigma Sigma Service Sorority came 
about when a group of girls of Drexel Institute 
of Technology heard that a group of girls 
known as the Omega Service Sorority of Boston 
University were hoping to find other college 
service groups in order to bind the groups to- 
gether in a national service organization. The 
name Gamma Sigma Sigma appealed to the 
girls and was the name adopted for the Sorority 
because of the common usage of GS standing 
for girls service sorority. 

Gamma Sigma Sigma Service Sorority had 
its beginning on January 1, 1953. The purpose 
of this organization is to assemble college and 
university women in the spirit of service to 
humanity. Gamma Sigma Sigma renders service 
to the school, the community and the nation. 



The Maryland State Colony of Gamma Sig- 
ma Sigma was founded in April of 1968. The 
Chapter members are: left to right (standing) 
Brenda Berry, Lutricia Elliott, Joan Thomas, 
Melva Dempsey, Virginia Carter, Victoria 
Dashiel, Sharon Holland, Mary Jones, Antoi- 
nette Bennett, Patricia Reed, Roberta Hicks, 
Inez Newman, Belinda Wildy, Joan Prettyman, 
and Patricia Clark. (Standing) Alfreda Foster, 
Linda Baskerville, LaVonne Matthews, Helen 
Proctor and Beverly Orr. Not shown are: Au- 
drey Bell, Agnes Bland, Laura Davis, Delores 
Dickey, Joyce Green, Clarissa Grimes, Sandra 
Haynes, Barbara Jones, Connie Jones, Linda 
Jones , Jacqueline Matthews, Cynthia Major, 
Linda Reid, Vanger Rigsby and Ava Waters. 



KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY 




Kappa Alpha Psi is a National Fraternity 
with over 40,000 members. It was founded by 
Elder Watson Diggs and Byron K. Armstrong 
who gathered eight other students on January 
5, 1911, at Indiana University. Today there are 
more than 250 chapters. This growth has been 
stimulated by the desire to achieve a mandate, 
which all Kappa men strive to attain. Gamma 
Xi Chapter, here at Maryland State, was found- 
ed in 1949. 



Brothers of Gamma Xi Chapter are: k'jl to riglil — Hugh 
Polk, David Jackson, Robert Moore, Eugene Downing, 
Owen Johnson, James Abram. Ricardo Taylor, (Sweet- 
heart) Beverly Orr, James Boone. Charles Huff, Donald 
Baker, Robert Gaskins and Joseph Edgerton. 



PLEDGEES OF GAMMA XI CHAPTER 
SCROLLER CLUB 




SCROLLER CLUB members of Gamma XI C^hapter are: left to right' (standing) 
Michael Woodland, Robert Wright, Harold Reid, }oe Hairston and Bradley Lee. 
Their sweethearts are seated. 





ALPHA PHI OMEGA 
NATIONAL SERVICE FRATERNITY 

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Alpha Phi Omega National Service Frater- 
nity was founded at Lafayette College, Easton, 
Pennsylvania on December 16, 1925, by Frank 
R. Horton and others. Its purposes are to unite 
in a fraternal bond those college and university 
men who cooperate with all youth movements, 
and to promote friendship, leadership and 
service. Nationally, Alpha Phi Omega has a 
membership of over 100,000 men, and who have 
assembled in the fellowship of the scout oath 
and law to promote its cardinal principles: 
Leadership, Friendship and Service. Rho Omi- 
cron Chapter, Maryland State College was 
initiated on January 15, 1967. 



Brothers of Rho Omicron are: lejl lo right — Andrew 
Bates, Mark Freeman, Bernie Peoples, Rudolph Carter, 
James Liinnerman. Amon L. Miller, Clifford Green, 
Robert Hunter, Jimmie Oduiri, (Sweethearts — |uanita 
Davis, Clarissa Grimes, Brother Philip Suggs, Edith 
Cooke, Adrienne Braithwaite) Philip Gathers, Robert 
Wright, Eric Mitchell, Michael Woodland, Benedict 
Cayenne, Anthony Watson, Thaddeus Stevenson, Louis 
Finneys and Calvin Dotson. 



TREFOIL PLEDGE CLUB 
OF RHO OMICRON CHAPTER 




IRKFOIL CLUB members of Rho Omicron Chap- 
ter are: left to right — Eric King, Willie H. Deshazo, 
Lehrman Dotson, David Louden, Sweetheart — Cynthia 
Major, Curtis McMeekin, Alvin McArthur, and Leroy 
Mack. 




ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY 




Zeta Phi Beta Sorority had its 
beginning at Howard Univer- 
sity, January 16, 1920. Members 
of the Phi Beta Sigma Frater- 
oxhRoberts and Sam- 
uel Taylor, spoke to a young 
lady, Arizona Cleaver, concern- 
ing the establishment of a sister 
organization and asked her if 
she would endeavor to establish 
such an organization at the Uni- 
versity. The young lady will- 
ingly accepted the task and im- 
mediately began to work on it. 
The Eta Beta Chapter of Zeta 
Phi Beta Sorority was founded at 
Maryland State College in 
1952. 

Sorors of Eta Beta Chapter 
are: lefi to right — MADONA 
Polk, Dolores Elliott, Audrey 
Wright and Alice Davis. 



ARCHONIAN PLEDGE 

CLUB OF 
ETA BETA CHAPTER 

ARCHONIAN CLUB mem- 
bers of Eta Beta Chapter are: 
left to right — ^Joann Jackson 
and Wanda Wright. 





Football Team for 't 



Sfitlrd Ir/'l lo right: Erwin Williams, William Thompson, 
Moses Denson, Robert Baylor, /wis/ lou': Warner Robert- 
son. Henry Shropshire, Mack Alston, Albert Gamble, 
Joe Hairston, Ted Gray, Raymond Banks, James Walls, 
Art Lasiter, Conrad .Spente. Scioiul yrno: Sherwin Perk- 
ins, Otis Wright, Obie Barnes, Joe Williams, Gerald 
Irons, Kenneth Hines, Eddie Lovelace, Ulysses Dawkins, 
Charles Steadmen. Third xrw: Michael Beard, Gerald 



Ford, Wayne Cropper, Ernest Dates, Ronald Grey, Renard 
Pitts, John Borden, James Strong, Irwin Hay, Richard 
Wilkens. Foinlh row: Donald Wesley, Jesse W'arren, Ben 
Simpson, Walter Hunter, Charles Lord, Robert Hicks, 
Ricky Cason, Lawrence Acker, Norris Roundtree. Fiflh 
row: James Stewart. Garland Han Kerson, Vernon Knox, 
George Jackson, Harry Ainworth, Robert Farmer, Paul 
Jones, Alan Alexander, Anthony Giddens, Jim Saimders. 



Hawks Humiliate and Obliterate Opposition 

The 1968 Hawks compiled an overall won- 
lost record of 5 wins 2 losses and 1 tie. All con- 
ference foes of the Hawks were greatly aston- 
ished by the Hawks awesome power and depth. 
Head Coach Sandy Gilliam could at any time 
call on any of his players and have them per- 
form an omnipotent attack. 

A tremendous coaching staff inclusive of 
Head Coach Sandy Gilliams, Backfield Coach 
Willie Smith, Line Coach Clifton, "Cappy" 
Anderson, and Line Coach Bill Davis, could 
and did render devastating blows to all oppo- 
sition. 

The Hawks' coaching staff insist that they 
will be stronger yet and there are no CIAA 
opponents who would care to argue the point. 

Notable individual achievements for the 
■■68' campaign were: 1. I'he dominating of the 



All-Conference team by placing 5th. 2. National 
punting championship by Warner Robertson, 
and, 3. Pass Interception Title by William 
Thompson, who was drafted by the Denver 
Broncos. 

The 1969 football season promises to be just 
as invigorating and stimulating as the 1968 
season. The Hawks foresee a perfect, unblem- 
ished season and are now in the process of work- 
ing toward achieving that goal. 



MSC Team Opponent 

28 Loch Haven State 6 

28 Cortland State 7 

45 Vn'ginia Union Univ 7 

18 Morgan State 19 

9 North Carolina A&T 6 

7 North Carolina College 22 

27 Norfolk State 27 

33 Delaware State 20 



ALL CONFERENCE SELECTEES '68 



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Bill Thompson Displays Form in His Specialty 




All Conference End Erwin (Hawk) Williams 





All C^onference Back Moses Denson 




All Conierence Tackle Big Bad, Bob Baylor 




Warner Robertson Led Nation Punting 



Hard Nosed Gerald Iron Always Gets His Man 



SENIOR HAWKS OF '68 




fOE Hairston Swoops Down on Opponents 



Hank W illianis All-C.onterence End 




SiiM.iis ,il l„^ ;,;, ,:. :..^ni. liiMii W illi,iiiis-lMid. Robert Baylor-Tackle, Ted 
Giay-l.uard. Kayiiiond Hunks !■ laiikcr, Kill I honipson-Back, Joe Hariston-Guaril, 
Albert Gamble-Back. The Senior "Hawks" were impressive in their '()8 
campaign. They are all true leaders. 




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.Mbcrt (.amble .Snares a Pass 




Hawks prepare to punish a Morgan Bear back, (30) Bill Thompson 




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Hank Williams scores on a pass reception against Morgan. 




James Strang and Otis Wright lower boom on a sttibborn opponent. 




Ernie Dates will pulverize a hapless "Bear". 




Warner Robertson Tip toes thru the tulips". 
Ricky Cason with mighty power puts a sure tackle on a Delaware back. 





68-69 BASKETBALL LEAM 



Kneeling: Henry Ford, Kim Hall, David Jenkins, De- 
metrius Bond, Robert Kearney. Mid-row: Michael Den- 
nis, Reginald Butler, Harold Johnson. Liisl-row: Mgr. 



Jesse Warr'^n, Corsley Edwards, Melvin Fowkles, James 
Morgan, Jackie Bryant, Jake Ford. 



Hawks Flew High in 68-69 Campaign 



The 1968-69 Basketball Season was an ex- 
tremely successful one for the Maryland State 
Hawks. The mighty Hawks placed third in the 
CIAA Tournament and went on from there to 
place second in the Natl. College Division 
Tournament held in Kansas City, Mo. 

From the season's onset, the Hawks were 
out to prove that they would not be denied a 
successful season. Early season victories assured 
the Hawks of a first Division finish in the tough 
C I A A Conference . ' 03 



Head Coach Joe Robinson relied on the ex- 
ceptional skill and determination of his basket- 
ball squad to carry him to the heights and goals 
obtained in 68-69. 

The Hawks closed the season having com- 
piled a very respectable overall record of 22 
wins and 7 losses. The coacli and squad vow 
never to relinquish a relentless attack on all 
their future competitors. 



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Henry Ford 



Reggie Butler 



James Morgan 





Jake Ford 



Jackie Bryant 



Levi Fontaine 




K-obcri. Kearney 



Mclvin Fowlkes 

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David Jenkins 




Reggie shows superb ball handling. 



Jim Morgan scores against his namesake. 




Hawks whoop it up before tap-off. 



)ackie Bryant blocks another shot. 




Henry Ford lays one up. 



fake Ford cuts no slack en route for two. 





Frankie hits in. 



Up-up and away. 




Chocolate Kate's shdes in. 



Hawks will Demoralize all on-comers 



The 1969 Hawk Baseball team has high 
hopes and aspirations of retaining the CIAA 
baseball crown which they have held for 3 
years. Head Baseball Coach "Sandy" Gilliams is 
confident that his squad can and will dominate 
CIAA opposition on the Baseball diamond 
again this season. 



The baseball team is laden with stanch per- 
formers who admire nothing better than a 
championship baseball team and they, the 
Hawks, plan to be that team. 




Wayne is slain at home plate. 





Strategic bunt lets Jenkins fly. 



Olil My at hi ug dogs. 





Benedict Cayenne struts around the oval with the poise 
and ease that has enabled him to be recognized as the 
most feared performer in the CIAA. 



Hawks stride around oval preparing themselves for the 
competition which is so ever present to them. 



Hawks Seek An Unprecedented Fourth Straight 



Hawks on the MSC squad are staunch jjer- 
formers who excel in top competition. Head 
Track mentor "Cappy" Anderson expects the 
bulk of" his strength to be in field events and 
rightly so. In the field events there are four on 
the squad who have excelled 50 ft. in the shot- 
jjut, namely, Art Lasiter, Robert Baylor, Gerald 
Ford, and Charles Richardson. In the discus 
throw Charles Richardson, Robert Baylor, and 
joe Hairston rank among the best. In the 
javelin Robert Martin and Warren Edwards 
are a cinch to sweep the arena. As usual the 



uepm on tne ovai is unexceilea anywnere. Har- 
old Reid and Larry Cheathan have always 
been known for graceftilness and gazelle-like 
speed. 

Any team with thoughts or aspirations of 
being called CIAA track champions must first 
reckon with the mighty Hawks of Maryland. 
The thought of battling with Maryland State is 

enough in itself to send most opposition crving to 
their mothers and proclaiming that there just 
ain't no way to beat the mighty, magnificent 
Hawks of Maryland State. 




AOA sponsored the Harlem Ma- 
gicians to benetit local needy 
children. 





MISS HAWK 1968-69 

Barbara Delk reigns over a triumpliant sports season. 




SENIOR CLASS QUEEN 
BARBARA BRIDGEFORTE 



MAN'S WILL TO CHALLENGE 

A WORLD OF STRIFE 
IS THE HOPE OF THE FUTURE 



Prior to the month of June, 1965, many prospec- 
tive graduating seniors had definitely concluded 
that ^\'e ^vould live more meaningful lives by travel- 
ing the road that had been less trodden. The less 
trodden road to us ^\•as the attainment of higher 
education. To us, a baccalaureate degree was an 
essential tool in our endeavors. This tool was not 
only an assurance of an occupation but also a rep- 
resentation of our personal values. By traveling this 
road ^\'e hoped to be one of the forceful agents in 
promoting Man's humanity to Man. 

As the flight of time \\'a.s inevitable, we prepared 
for the future by applying to institutions of higher 
learning in order that ■we might achieve our goals. 
In addition, ^\■e sought financial assistance in pref- 
erence to an Uncle Tom attitude of being a victim 
of "a hand out". When -^ve graduated from high 
school, wc ^\ere fully a^vare of having to cross a 
portal in life \\'hich ^vould be unique ^s'ithin itself. 
As we passed through this portal of puerile be- 
havior and immatmx' thinking, we immediately 
stripped ourselves ol meaningless pursuits. We 
voluntarily sought to enrich ourselves with intel- 
lectual essentials, cultural sophistication, social con- 
sciousness, and political commitment. 

The summer of 1965 was totally indicative of our 
long-term efforts. We labored and toiled. We sacri- 
ficed needless paraphernalia and the temporary 
benefits of extravagance and prodigality. That 
summer and the ones to follo^v -were responsible 
for our coming to a fuller realization of the value 
of the .\merican dollar, despite its declining mone- 
tary wortli. So often did wc say to ourselves that 
what is bitter and dillicult to so-w is ever so s^\'eet 
and pleasant to reap. 

As fall jnislicd its way into the year, approxi- 
mately 250 vivacious and serious-minded youths 
Avho represented a cross sectional attendance at 
various secondary schools Irom across the country 



enrolled as The Freshman Class of 1965. From 
that point wc held as our motto. "Only The Stro)}g 
Shall Survive and the \\-eak shall fall by the way- 
side." Wc kne^v that it ^\ould be an uphill battle. 
Nevertheless, we were determined to maintain 
an uncjuenchable thirst for knowledge. 

In our sophomore year, \ve continued to better 
ourselves in mind and body as well as in spirit. The 
co-ordination of mind and body has led many to 
behold reveries as realities and impossibilities as 
actualities. Though some of us encountered more 
difficulty than others, we were determined to make 
our better the best, for we had confidence in 
ourselves. 

The academic year, 1967-1968, marked great 
heights for our junior )ear at Maryland State Col- 
lege. National fame came to our class via Who's 
Who Among Students hi American Universities 
(Did Colleges, membership in Alplia Kappa Mu 
Honor Society, art exhibitions, intercollegiate 
sports, and the like. It ^^■as here that we broke the 
chain of campus recognition. We \vere determined 
to make ourselves known. "To be or not to be?" 
was a ([uestion for Hamlet but not for us. 

As prospective candidates for graduation, we are 
more than proud of ourselves. ^V eare earnest. We 
are the end products of hitching our wagons to the 
stars. Psychologically speaking, inspiration ^ras un- 
conditioned stimulus; aspiration was our positive 
reinforcement; perspiration ^vas our unconditioned 
response. 

We thank Almighty (iod Who has graciously en- 
(lo\vccl us Avith myriad abilities and talents. We 
knew that as long as (iod was ^villing and we were 
able, ive Avould succeed. "With God All Things Are 
Possible." We pay great tribute to our parents, rela- 
tives, teacliers, friends, associates, and others who 
have assisted us in f)ur challenging days of an ever- 
upward journey. 



MARY ELIZABETH ADAMS 

Iiiisi!ief,.\ Eduailion 
Ledger Staff, Phi Beta Lambda, Women's Council, Wesley Founda- 
tion" Y.W.C.A. 



RICHARD PATRICK ADAMS 

■ Igriciilliire Education 
Newman Club, Phi Beta Sigma, Future Agiiculturalists of America, 
Y.M.C.A.. Intramural Basketball, Panhellenic Council, R.OT.C. 
Drill Team. 



RAYMOND EUGENE BANKS 

Bitilditig Construction 
Football Team, Block "M" Club, Senior Counselor, Industrial Arts 
Club. 



ELIZABETH DOANE B.\SS 
Business Education 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Freshman Class Treasurer, Senior 
Class Corresponding Secretary, Ledger Staff, Panhellenic Council. 





ANDREW BATES 

I'hys ica I Ed ucii t ion — Biology' 

Men's Senate, Block "M" Club, Physical Education Club, Wesley 

Foimdation, Y.M.C.A., Scroller Club, Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, 

A.A.H.P.E.R. 



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ROBERT G.BAYLOR 

(ieneval Busi uess 
Football Team, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Phi Beta Lambda, 
Men's Senate, Block "M" Club. 



AUDREY BELL 

Biological Science — Cliemistry 
,\ngel Flight, .\lpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Science Club, Gamma 
Sigma Sigma Colony, N.A.A.C.P., Women's Council, Student Coun- 
cil, B.A.M. 



JOYCE MARY BLAKE 

Physical Education — Biology 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Panhellenic Council, Physical Educa- 
tion Club, Y.W.C..A., Women's Coiuicil, Newman Club, N..A..A.C.P.. 
Black .■\wareness Movement, Cheering Squad, Women's Basketball 
Team, A.A.H.P.E.R. 




BRENDAA. BOND 

Mtithemnlics 
Angel Flight. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Science Club, Who's Who 
Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, 1967. 
LOIS ADRIF.NNE BRAITHWAITE 
Sociology 
.Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, Who's Who .Among Students in 
.American Colleges and L'niversities. Student Counselor. Delta 
Sigma Theta Sorority — \'ice President, N..A..A.C.P. — Treasurer, 
Student Council — Corresponding Secretary, Women's Council, Le 
Cercle Francais — Secretary, Freshman Class-Treasurer (1964-65), 
Sophomore Class Treasurer (1965-66), Junior Class Queen, Social 
Science Club, V.W.C..A.. Maryland State College Choir. Baptist 
Student's Union. 



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BARBARA ANN BRIDGITORTH 

Sociology 

■yearbook Staff, Women's Council, Ivy Leaf Club — President, French 

Club, Black .Awareness Movement, History Club, Senior Class — 

Queen. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. 



GENEVIEVE BROWN 

Business Education 
Phi Beta Lambda. Women's Council. 



HARRIET ADELLA BROWN 

Home Economics Education 
College Choir. N'.,A..A.C.P.. Black Awareness Movement, Y.W.C.A.. 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Freshman Counselor. Home Economics 
Club. Women's Council, .Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, Who's 
Who Among Students in .American Colleges and Universities. 



ZOLAH I.BROWN 

I'liysical Education 
Physical Education Club. Intramural Sports, Women's Council, 
A..A.H.P.E.R. 

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RODNEY W.CARR 

Social Science 
French Club, Social .Science Club. .Alpha Phi .Alpha Fraternity. 

SHIRl.l.V ,\.C,AR IKR 
lin.sniess Educulion 
,\lpha Kappa .Alpha .Sorority, Women's Council — Secretary, Y.W.C.A. 
Wesley Foundation. Phi Beta Lambda — Secretary, Student Council 
— Secretary, The colony of Gamma Sigma Sigma — Secretary, Fresh- 
man, Sophomore, junior. Senior Cla.s.s — Secretary, Who's Who 
Among .Students in American Colleges and Universities, Black 
Awareness .Movement. Ledger Staff — Typist and Editor, The Hawk 
Staff— Typist, Ivy Leaf Club — President, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor 
.Society. 




BENEDICT HUTCHINSON CAYENNE 

tiiology 
Student Counselor, Student Council, International Club, Black 
Awareness Movement, Block "M" Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Lam- 
pados Cub, Men's Senate. Y.M.C.A., Track Team — Co-Captain, 
French Club, Newman Club. 



ROLAND LEONARD CHASE 

BiLsiness Administration 
Phi Beta Lambda, Ledger Staff, Wesley Foundation, Y.M.C.A., 
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity — Recording Secretary, Men's Senate. 




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JAMES BERNARD CLARK 
Art Education 
Flight Commander, Drum & Bugle Corps, .Art Club. 



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ROBERT M. CHESLEY 

Agricultural Education 

Future .Agriculturalists of .America, Science Club, A.F.R.O.T.O., 

Band, Drum & Bugle Corps, .Alpha Phi .Alpha Fraternity. 




ELEANOR COOKE 

Biological Science 
Cheerleaders, Le Cercle Francais, Pyramid Club, Science Club — 
President, Student N.E.A., N..A..A.C.P., Women's Council, Y.W.C.A., 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Miss Omega Psi Phi — 1968-69, Black 
Awareness Movement, Junior & Senior Class — Treasurer. 



RICHARD EDWARD COOPER 

Industrial Arts Education 
Industrial Arts Club. Men's Senate. Crescent Club, .Air Force Drill 
Team. 



LUCILLE COTTMAN 

Cieneral Business 
Ledger Staff — .Assistant Editor, Phi Beta Lambda, .Alpha Kappa 
.Alpha Sorority, Student Council — Secretary, Women's Coiuicil, 
Student N.E..A., Student Counselors. Editor-in-Chief — The Hawk 
Times, The Colony of Gamma Sigma Sigma. 



VICTORIA E. D.ASHIELL 

(•eneral Business 
Ledger Staff-.Assistant Editor, Phi Beta Lambda, .Alpha Kappa 
Alpha Sorority, Student Council-Secretary, Womens Council, Stu- 
dent N.E..A., Student Counselors, Editor-in-Chief — The Hawk 
Times. The Colony of Gamma Sigma Sigma. 




UOROIHV W. DKNMS 

Siirioldgy 
Krencli Club. ^ .W'.C. A., Women's Council. 



EDITH L.DENNIS 

Sociutog)' 
Pyramid Club, Sentinel Newspaper Staff. French Club. Women's 
Council. Junior Class Corresponding Secretary. 



WILLIE H.DESH.\ZO 
Business Educntion 
Ledger Staff, Phi Beta Lambda, Y.M.C..A.. Men's Senate, Lampados 
Club. 



DELORES DICKEY 

I'hysical l-.ducatinn 
Physical Education, A.A.H.P.E.R.. Basketball Team, \olleyball 
Team, Women's Council, Black .Awareness Movement, Gamma Sig- 
ma Sigma Colony, N..\..\.C.P. 



CAL\'IN WESLEY DOTSON. JR. 
SociolDgy — Hislorx 
Yearbook Staff, .Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, Le Cercle Francais, 
History Club, Science Club, The Gas House Crew, Baptist Student 
Union. Y.M.C..\.. Black .Awareness Movement. Cheerleader, Band 
Announcer, N..A..A.C.P. 



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EUGENE DOWNING 

kajipa Alpha Psi Fiaternity. 

WILLIAM E.DUCKERY 

Agriculture Education 
Future Agriculturalists of America. .Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, 
Y.M.C.A. 



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JOSEPH EDGERTON 

Stic ill liigy — His t oi V 

Y.M.C.A., Men's .Senate, Student Coinicil. Panhcllcnic Council, 

Social Science Club. French Club. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, 

Black .\wareness Movement, N.A.A.C.P.. Inlramural S|X)rts. 




BRENDA EATON EDWARDS 

Home Economics 
Cheerleaders, Who's Who among Students in American Colleges and 
Universities, Panhellenic Council, Student Council, Kappa Alpha 
Psi Sweetheart, Women's Council, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, 
Home Economics Club, Junior Dormitory Counselor. 



THOMAS A. ELBERT 

Sociology — History 



DELORES ALFREDIA ELLIOTT 

Mathematics — English 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, 'V.W.C.A., Science Club, French Club, N.E.A., 
Panhellenic Council, Women's Council. 



JEAN A. ELLIOT 

Mathematics — French 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, 'V.W.C.A., Science Club, French Club, Stu- 
dent N.E.A., Women's Council. 





HERMAN EDWARD EURE 
Biology — Chemistry 
French Club, Science Club, "M" Club, Student Council, N.A.A.C.P., 
Beta Kappa Chi Interest Chi, .\lpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, 
.Mpha Phi .Alpha Fraternity, Who's Who .\mong Students in 
American Colleges and Universities, N.E.A, Student Counselors, 
Sophomore Class President, Men's Senate, Ad Hoc Committee on 
Student Life. 



SEWELL FEDDIMAN, JR. 

.-igriculture Education 
.Agriculture Club, Sphinx Club, .\lpha Phi .Alpha Fraternity. 

DIANE REBECCA FLAMER 

Business Education 
Ledger Staff, Women's Council, Welfare Committee, "^.W.C.A., Phi 



Beta Lambda, Gamma Sigma Sigma. 



P.ATRICIA A. FLAMER 

Business Education 
Ledger Staff, Women's Council, Welfare Committee, V.W.C.X., Phi 
Beta Lambda. 




HENRY FORD 

I'hysical F.diicalion — liiolog)' 
Basketball Team, "M'Cliib. Physical Education Club. 



JAKE FORD 
Physical F.ducalion — Biology 
Basketball Team. "M" Club, Physical Education Club. 

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BRUCE WAYNE FORSTER 

Agriculture Education 
ROTC Arnold Air Society, Future AgriculturalisLs of .\merica. 



WILLIAM A. FOY 

Business Education 
Ledger Staff, Phi Beta Lambda Business Organization, Men's Senate, 
Student Council. 



ALBERT GAMBLE, JR. 

(General Business 
Football Team, Phi Beta Lambda, Scroller. 



ROBERT JAMES GASKIN 

Industrial Arts Education 
Kap|xi Alpha Psi Fraternity, Industrial ,\rts Club. Drill Team, 
College Band. 



PHILLIP L. GATHERS 

Sociology — History 
\lpha Phi Omega, French Club, History Club, Y.M.C.A.. Baseball 
I cam, Dramatic Group. 



CLARISSA GRIMF:S 

Hanie Economics Education 
Home Economics Club, Y.W.C.A., N.E.,\., Women's Council, 
(;amma Sigma Sigma, Mi.ss .Mpha Phi Omega. 




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JOE ALLEN HAIRSTON 

Phys ica I Ed neat ion — li io logy 
Football Team, Track Team, "M" Club, Kappa Alpha Psi Frater- 
nity, Men's Senate, Physical Education Club. 



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FREDERICK HAWKINS, JR. 

Mathematics — Biology 

Science Club, French Club, Y.M.C.A., Jazz Band, Marching Band, 

Concert Band, Drill Team (.AFROTC), Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. 



JOHN E. HARVIN 

General Business 
Phi Beta Lambda, Ledger Staff, 'M " Club, Baseball Team, Y.M.C.A., 
Wesley Foundation. 



MARGARET R. HAYGOOD 

English — French 
French Club, Ivy Leaf Club, English Club, Y.W.C.A., 
Council. 













SANDRA HAYNES 

Business Education 
Booster Club, Phi Beta Lambda, Ledger Staff, Y.W.C.A., Hawk Staff, 
.Angel Flight, Miss R.O.T.C., Women's Council, Gamma Sigma 
Sigma Colony. 



BRENDA HOLLAND 

Business Education 
Y.W.C.A., Phi Beta Lambda, Ledger Staff. 



PATRICIA HOPKINS 

Home Economics Education 
Home Economics Club, Women's Council, .Alpha Kappa Mu 
Honor Society, Y.W.C.A., Black Awareness Movement, Who's Who 
Among Students in .American Colleges and Universities, Yearbook 
Staff, Student Counselor. 



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CHARLES HOWARD 
Sociology — History 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Chess Club. History Club. 




JEDINACORINA HOXTI.R 

liiisine.ss Hducalion 
Wesley Foundation, Y.W.C.A., Women's Council, I'hi Beta l.ambil;i 
Ledger Staff, Black Awareness Mo\emcnt, 



CHARLES CARLTON HUFF 

Sociology — His I ory 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. N.A.A.C.P.. Mens Senate, History 
Club, Panhellenic CounciL Y.M.C.A., French Club. Yearbook Staff. 
Wesley Foundation. Gas House Crew. Intramurals. Blace Awareness 
Movement. 



ROBERT LEE HUNTER 

liuiitie.ss Administrnlioii — Mnllwiiuilics 
Alpha Phi Omega. Phi Beta Lambda. Wesley Foundation. Lampados 
Club, Men's Senate. Ledger Staff, Y.M.C.A.. Black Awareness Move- 
ment. 



DA\'ID N.J.ACKSON 

ISusine.s.^ Administration — Accounting 
Men's Senate, \'.M.C.A.. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. Phi Beta 
Lambda. B.A.M. 



BERNARD J A.MES 
Physical Education — Biology 
Football Team. Physical Education Club, Letterman Club. 
Club. 



DWIGHT JEFFERSON 

Physica I Ed ucation 
Student Council. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. Physical Education 
Club. Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society. Men's Senate. 



DREW JEFFERSON 

Malheiudlic^ 
Tennis Team. Track Team. Drill Team. Alpha Phi Alpha Frater- 
nity, Wesley Koimdation, Panhellenic Council. Science Club, 
French Club. 



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K. ALFONSO JENNINGS HI 

I'ltysicnl Education — liiology 
Student Council. Who's Who .\mong Students in American Col- 
leges and Universities, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, Men's 
Senate, Science Club. "M" Club, Physical Education Clidj, 'S MCA., 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraic-rnity, BAM. N.A.A.C.P.. I rack leam. 




BARBARA SCOTT JOHNSON 

Social Science — Euglisli 
History Club. English Club, Gamma Sigma Sigma Colony, Y.W.C.A., 
Women's Council, French Club. 



GORMAN G.JOHNSON. JR. 

Phys ica I Ed ucal ion — B iology 
Captain Ba.seball Team, "M " Club, Sphinx Club, Y.M.C.A., Physical 
Education Club. A.A.H.P.E.R. 



JENNIE AILEEN JOHNSON 

Sociology — Englii h 
Student Counselor (1966-69), N.A.A.C.P.. .Alpha Kappa Mu Honor 
Society, Women's Council, House Council. Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority. Sophomore Class Vice-President, Who's Who .\mong Stu- 
dents in .American Colleges and Universities, Student Life Commit- 
tee, Ad Hoc Committee, Social Science Club. 



KENNETH JOSEPH JOHNSON 

Bnsinesi Adminislralinn 
Y.M.C.A.. Sphinx Club. Phi Beta Lambda. 





LEROY JOHNSON 

Miisic Education — French 
College Choir. College Band. French Club. Sphinx Club. 



ROBERT OWEN JOHNSON. JR. 

Physical Ed nation — Biology 
Y.M.C..A.. Physical Education Club, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, 
N.A.A.C.P.. A.A.H.P.E.R.. Wesley Foundation, B.A.M., Men's 
.Senate. 



VAN JOHNSON 

Industrial Arts Education 



CONSTANCE DENNIS JONES 
Music Education — French 
Band. Choir. Gamma Sigma Sigma. French Club. 









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BRADLEY LEE 
Physical Education — Biology 
Y.M.C.A., Physical Education Club, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, 
Science Club, N.A.A.C. P. 



FANNIE LOCKHART 

Social Science — Eitgli.ih 
.Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, .\lpha Kappa Mu Honor Society. 
Who's Who .\mong Students in .American Colleges and Universities. 
Student Coinicil, Women's Council, French Club. 



DAVID J. LOUDEN 

I'hysical Education — liiology — Sociology 
.Alpha Phi Omega. Physical Education Club, Lampados Club, 



Women's Council 
A.A.H.P.E.R. 



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RUTH ANNA JONES I 

I'hysical Education — liiology 
Intramural Sports, Physical Education Club, 



VEDA AMELIA JONES 

English — French — History 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Y.W.C.A., National Association for the 
.Advancement of Colored People, Women's Council, Alpha Kappa 
Mu Honor Society — President, Who's Who .Among Students in 
American Colleges and Universities, French Club, English Club — 
\'ice President, Newman Club, Black .Awareness Movement. 



ERIC R.KING 

C.eneral Business 
Men's Senate, Lampados Club — President. Phi Beta Lambda, Tre- 
foil Club, Ledger Staff, Alpha Phi Omega. 



JOYCE L.LANEY 

Music Education — English 
College Choir, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Panhellenic Council. 



J A M ES A . 1. U N N K R M ,A N 
Building Construction 
.\lplui I'hi Omega. M.S.C. DrilllVam. 




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LEROY MACK 

.Igriculture 
FA. A., Alpha Phi Omega, Sphinx Club. 



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MILDRED YVONNE MANLEY 
General Business 
Women's Council. Phi Beta Lambda. 



REGINA MACKALL 

Social Science — French 
Angel Flight, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Social Science Club, 
French Club, Women's Council. 



JACQUELINE W. MATTHEWS 

Physical Education — Biology 

Physical Education Club, A. A. H. PER., Women's Council, B.A.M., 

Gamma Sigma Sigma Colony, Basketball Team, Volleyball Team, 

Miss Alpha Phi Alpha, Miss Maryland State. 







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ALVIN McARTHUR 
Physical Education Club, A.A.H.P.E.R.. Alpha Phi Omega Frater- 
nity. 



HOWARD ROLLON McKINNEY 

Social Science — French 
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, French Club, N.E.A., Senior Class 
President, History Club. 

AMMON L. MILLER, JR. 

Physical Education — Biology 
.Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, Physical Education Club. 



LAWRENCE ERIC MITCHELL 

Building Construction 
Industrial Arts Club, .\lpha Phi Omega Fraternity, Sphin.x Club. 



'fl^aaHteMHEfT? 




ARNOLD G. M. MOORE 

■Igriciillure luluciilion 



FFA. Y.M.C.A. 



ROBERT E. MOORE 

,\lu\ir — /•'rencli 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, M.S.C. College Band. M.S.C. Choi) 
French Chib. 



CAROLYN DELORES MOL LDEN 
Physical Education — liiolog)- 
Physical Education Club, Commissioner of Women's Intramural 
Sports, N..\..\.C.P., Manager of Cheering Squad. Tennis Team. 
Volleyball Team — Coach. Basketball Team, A.A.H.P.E.R., Women's 
Council — Vice President, Wesley Foundation, Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority. 



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OLIVER LEE MYERS 

liuihlingand Construction 
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Industrial Arts Club, Student Council. 



J.ACKIE A. MVSTER 
Biology — Chemistry 
Science Club, French Club, Y.M.C.A., N.A.A.C.P., Wesley Founda- 
tion. Men's Senate. PreMedicine Pre-Dentistrv Club. 



LEONARD GEORGE NICHOLSON 

Ma the mat ics — H is t o ry 
^ .M.C.A.. Chess Club. History Club. Science Club, N.A.A.C.P. 



DARRYL A.ODUM 

liuilding Construction 
.Men's Senate, Industrial .\rts Club. 



BERNIE L. PEOPLES, JR. 
li io logy — C he mis I ry 
,\lpha Phi Omega, Who's Who Among Students in American Col- 
leges and Lniversities. Scroller Club, .Science Club. French Club. 
\'earbook Staff, Fine Arts Club, College Choir. Mens .Senate. English 
Club, Student Counselors, Weslev Foimdation. 




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VIRGINIA POLK 

Social Science — French 
History Club. Women's Council, French Club. 



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LILLIAN DELORES PERKINS 

Social Science — English 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, 
Women's Council, Freshman Counselor, Student Council, Y.W.C.A., 
N.A.A.C.P.. Who's Who .Among Students in .American Colleges and 
Universities, History Club. 



JOAN ELIZABETH PRETTYMAN 

Sociology — English 

M.S.C. Choir, The Colony of Gamma Sigma Sigma, Social Science 

Club, Hawk Staff, Ivy Leaf Club, French Club, Y.W.C.A., Women's 

Council. 



ALONZO PRICE 

Chemistry 
Choir, Science Club, Stage Grafters, N.,A..A.C.P.. Senior Clas^ 
Pres., Omega Psi Phi Fraternity — President. 





ROBERT W.PRICE 

Business FAucation 
Ledger Staff, Lampados Club, N.E.A., Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, 
Phi Beta Lambda, Men's Senate, Black Awareness Movement, The 
Gas House Crew. 



J.ACQUELINE R. PURCELL 

Mathematics F'ducation — Biology 
Cheerleaders, Women's Council — President, Newman Club, Science 
Club. .Alpha Kappa .Alpha Sorority, Panhellenic Council, Traffic 
Committee, Black .Awareness Movement, Student Counselor, College 
Band, Ad Hoc Committee. 



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OWENS PURNELL 
No Information .Available. 



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SANDRA E. RAWLINGS 

Social Science — English 

History Club, House Council, Y.W.C.A., Science Club, Delta Sigma 
Theta Sorority, Student N.E..A., French Club. 




HAROLD STANLEY REID 

Art Educalioii 
Alt Club. Track Team, Men's Senate, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. 



DLWNA ROGERS 

Sociology — History 
French Ckib, History Club. 

TYRONE WILSON ROSS 

liii.siness Administration 
\.'Sl.C\.. Phi Beta Lambda, Sphinx Club, Wesley Foundation. 



JANIE MAE SAVAGE 
Home Economics Education 
Home Economics Club, Wesley Foundation. Women's Council. 



JOSEPHINE CECELL\ SHORT 

Social Science — Erench 
.Alpha Kappa .Alpha Sorority, student Council, Women's Council, 
French Club. Social Science Club, N..A.A.C.P.. Student N.E.A., News- 
paper Staff. 



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PAULSHUFORD 

Industrial Arts 

.Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, Football Team, Industrial Arts Club, 

'NI " Club. Men's Senate, Intramurals. 



KEITH I. SKINNER 

BtLsiness Adminislratiini 
Club. International Club. 



Track Team, "M' 
Canterburry Club. 



Phi Beta Lambda, 



ISA.ACSMAW 

An Education 




DAVID Mcdonald smith 

IiiL\ii>ess Education 
Phi Beta Lambda, Conceit Band, Sphinx Chib, French Club, 
Y.M.C.A., International Club, Band. 



JUNE K.SMITH 

Sociology — History 
Women'.s Council, Home Economics Club, French Club. 

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WILIAMSPRY 

Sociology — History 



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THADDEUS STEVENSON 
Cicnernl Business 
Alpha Phi Omega, Phi Beta Lambda, Football Team, Ledger Staff. 





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PATRICIA STEWAR r 

Home Economics Education 

,\lpha Rappa ,Mpha Sorority, Home Economics Club, Women's 

Council, Who's Who .Among Students in American Colleges and 

Universities. 

RICARDO V. TAYLOR 

English — Biology 
Who's Who in .American Colleges and Universities, President of 
Junior Class, President of English Club, Y.M.C.A., Kappa .Alpha 
Psi, French Club, Baseball Team, Basketball Team, Student Council, 
Student Life Committee, Wesley Foundation, Student N.E..A., Men's 
Senate, Officer in R.O.T.C., Science Club. 



WILLIE TAYLOR, JR. 

Mathematics — Biology 
M.S.C. Band, N.E.A., Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., Science Club. 



WILLIAM A.THOMPSON II 

I'hysica I Ed ucalion — B iology 
Physical Education Club, Y.M.C.A., Football Team, Omega Psi 
Phi, .Athletic Council. 




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GAIL ANNI. REESE TIMMONS 

/'hy.sical /-aI lira I inn — Sociology 
A.A.H.IM- .R., Physical Kiliication Club, Tennis Team. Intramural 
S[X)rts. Baskclhall anil \ollcyball Teams. 



NELSON ROBERT WALLACE. JR. 

Art F.clucatioii 
.\rt Club. Yearbook Staff Photographer. 



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JAMES M.WALLS 

Physical Educalion — liiology 

A.A.H.P.E.R., B.A.M.. "M" Club. Football Team. Intramural Sports, 

Science Club, Sphinx Club. 



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AVAJEAN WATERS 

Home F.conotiiics Ediicnlioii 
Home Economics Club, .\ngel Flight. Gamma Sigma Sigma Colony, 
.Sophomore Class Treasurer. .Alpha Kappa .\lpha Sorority. 



CHARLES I. WATERS 
Agriculture 
F.A.A., Y.M.C.A.. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Sphinx Club. 



HOWARD WAYNE WELCH 
Business Eclucatinn 
Ledger Staff, Phi Beta Lambda. 

JOYCE ANN WHITTINGTON 

Social Science — French 
Wesley Foimdation. French Club. Women's Council. History Club. 



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PAUL DEAN WILES 

hidiisluiil Arts Fdiicitio. 
Industrial .Arts Clidi. 




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DIANE FRANCISCA WILLIAMS 

Si)cii>logy — French 
Wesley Foundation — Secretary, M.S.C. Choir. History Club, Women's 
Council, French Club, Newspaper Staff, Hawk Yearbook Staff. 



ERWIN WILLIAMS 

I'hysical Educnlinn — Biology 
Football Team. Basketball Team, Block 'M" Club, Physical Lduca- 
tion Club. 



ADA LEE WISE 

Mat hematics — Biology 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Senior Class — .Assist. Treasurer, 

Women's Council, Science Club. Chess Club. French Club. Y.W.C.A.. 

Angel Flight, Newspaper Staff. 



H.ATTIE WOODS 
(ieneral Home Economics 
Home Economics Club, Women's Council, Wesley Foundation, Black 
Awareness Movement. Y.W.C..A. 









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AUDREY VIRGINIA WRIGHT 

/■'.nglish — l-'rench 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, English Club, Women's Coimcil, French 
Club, Newspaper Staff. 



RICHMOND WRIGHT. JR. 

Business Education 
Phi Beta Lambda, .\lpha Phi .Alpha Fraternity, Ledger Staff, Men': 
Senate. Student Council, B..A.M.. N.E..A. 



WANDA J FAN WRIGHT 

Sociology 
French Club. Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. Y.W.C.A.. Wesley Foundation, 
Women's Cotmcil, Social Science Club. 



AMAL A.YOUSIF 

History 
International Club. French Club, Social Science Club. Gamma Sig- 
ma Sigma Colony. 



AS THE STORY GOES . . . 



\Vc strongly bclic\ c in tlie ■ivill of the indi\idnal. 
Nothing- bin nothing \\onkl ha\c been accomp- 
lislicd if wc dcclarctl. "It niiglu be done." Snch 
a declaration ^voidd ha\e been too weak and un- 
realistic to gi\e expression to the fiery zeal, ardor, 
and enthusiasm held so dear. 

Man's ^vill to challenge a -^vorld of strife is the 
hope of tlie future. If tlie present Avorld status (with 
its ci\il war, national conflicts, racial apathy) is to 
eradicate itself, it nuisi be in the Avill of the mind 
and not considered as a matter of choice. There is 
no room in this world lor lii>}pness i)i cuiy sense or 
jorm. All ol us arc in\olved ^vhether directly or 
indirectly. All ol us ha\e numbered oin- days. Can 
we let Him ask us ai the Final Jtidgment, "What 
part did \o)i play? ' 

]\'e rcali/c thai wc cannot underestimate the 
colossal impacl of the total development of one's 
self. The potenc)' of one person's li(e at its peak can 
be his saA'ing contribution. 

Man has within himself innate po^vers which no 
other creatine possesses. Man has an intellect. With 
mind o\er matter. Man can move mountains. Man 
has ever substantiated the truth of this statement. 

In "An Essay on Criticism", .Alexander Pope 
obser\es: 

.i iiltlc U'lii niiii^ IS a (liingcroiis thing: 
Drink drejj or taste not tlie Pierian spring: 
There shall (Irafts intoxieate the brain. 
A nil (I nil lung largely sobers us again. 
II man is to call himself educated, tlien wc must 
dcl\e deep and (li\erseh'. It is senseless to educate 
l)an of a man. It is sensible to educate the ^vhole 
man. 



.\s wc probe and peruse history and science 
books, wc readily comprehend that each person 
Avho invented a machine or derived a formula as a 
result of painstaking and tedious efforts ^vas play- 
ing his role and not acting as a mere part of a dis- 
iniited society. .As for those ^vho think they act as 
a mere pan of a disimited society, we nuist con- 
clude that they are \ iciims of A'isionary and mental 
blindness. 

We realize that Man's iailure to realize brother- 
hood has resulted in iniending strife. .At present, 
Man has constructed se\eral nuclear and atomic 
Aveapons for strategic pinposes. Avhciher for a cold 
war or a hot win. 1 here is a continuity of Iraternal 
repidsion among mankind. The ^vorld ivould be 
a nuich better place in ^\•hich to li\e if the har- 
monious bond ol brotherhood did exist. AVhen 
Man realizes that it is better to accept an individual 
lor what lie is and lor Aviiat he can share \\'ith him, 
rather than try to change him, then and then only 
\vill Man realize that the ^vorth of an individual 
rests in his identity held in conuuon ■with other 
members of the species. 

We. the members of the Senior Class ol 1969 of 
Maryland State College do licreby sahue you. "We 
pari -wiili sorrow, but we carry with us the joy of 
accomplishmenl. Because most of us are in the 
teaching profession, we think of ourselves as poten- 
tial contributors to the world. AVe ponder on the 
influence of our contributions. 

CLASS HISTORIAN. 
Veda Jones 



CLASS 








Donald Baker Melvin O. Barnes Charles Blackwell William Boddy Ellen Bond 





Ellison Brock Mary Brannock Larry Brooks Carol Bruce Joan Burse 




Rudolph Carter Thomas Cevis Patricia Clarke Barbara Collins Herbert Cornish 




Alice Davis JuanitaDavis Barbara Delk William Dennis Catherine DeShields 




Corsely Edwards Cecelia Evans Brenda Flemming Claudine Finch 




Alfreda Foster Tyrone Galloway Hattie Griffin Tyrone Hairston 



Eric Hill 





Kenneth Hines Richard Holmes Ingrid Hull 



Bertina Hurley 



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Gerald Irons 




JoAnn Jackson Wayne Jerald Lamont Johnson Irving Joshua 



Paul Kellum 




Willie Kimbrow Charles Kinslow George LeCompte Rebecca Lively Bryant Marshall 




Kay Opher Sherwin Perkins Doretha Phillips Nolelia Pinckens 



Hugh Polk 





Madonna Polk Virginia Porter Dana Reynolds Florence Richey Airlee Ringgold 




l):ivi<l Rose I )cbi)iali S.ivagc Johnnie Showell William Showell Delphine Stanley 




Tyrone Stith Vernon Stoner John Stump Luther Stump Phillip Suggs 





Darryl Taylor Joan Thomas Ralph Thomas Glenn Turner Paulette Upshur 




Douglas Walls Richard Walls William Washington Anthony Watson Thelma Watson 




Tyrone Wells Joseph Wilkinson Thomas Wilson Michael Woodland Warren Youns 




PRESIDENT 
Thomas Cevis 



CLASS 



OF 



70 



MISS JUNIOR 




Lelia Thomas 




Alice and Freda study diligently for exams. 




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Andiew Anderson James Ball Donald Banks Brenda Berry 




Judith Blake 



Carlton Blue Barbara Booze 



Carole Boyce 





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John Bradford Wendell Brady Baibaia liriltingham Harvey Brown 





Virginia Carter 



Larry Cheatum Clifton Collins 




Betty Corbin Barbara Cornish Shirley Cornish Betty Cottman 




Marlene Custis Alphonso Davis Laura Davis Robert Deshields 




Lehrman Dotson Evelyn Duckery Lutricia Elliott Orvin Elliott 




Arlene Foote Melvin Fowlkes Frederick Grant Joyce Green 




Walter Green Mary Hawkins 



Irvin Hay Russell Hayward 




Roberta Hicks Robert Hodge Keiford Jackson Joseph Jacobs 




Noiinan Purnell Harold )olinson Michael )ohnson John Jones 




Linda |ones 



Mary Jones 



Elroy King Harley Krause 




Rotan Lee Jonnetta Liinnerman (.lenda Maik Cynthia Major 





Robert Martin Reuben Matthews Orlando McLlrov \eronica Merrill 




Harr\ Milkr lievcrly Orr 



Alius Parran Renartl I'ilis Helen I'loitor 




Marvel Rochester Mary Seth 



Sally Sharps Henry Shropshire 






Edward Swanson Wanda Stewart Beverly Thomas Benjamin Titus 





Linda Victor Jacqueline VVallington Vera Washington Belinda Wildy 




Howard G. Wiles David Wilson \iola Woolford Everett Woods Lucy Wrii^hi 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 




PRESIDENT 
Rotan E. Lee 



VICE PRESIDENT 
Wanda L. Stewart 




SECRETARY 
Edith M. Adylett 





TREASURER 

Viola E. Woolford 



MISS 
SOPHOMORE 




BEVERLY 
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Bi.neily represents the class of 71. 



CLASS OF 72 




Freshmen and Faculty get acquainted! 





The Fieshmeii hcgin registration as they are uiiroduced 
to Mrs. Woods. 



Problems of getting those all important classes straight- 
ened out. 




THIS IS 

BUT THE 

FIRST STEP! 



President Williams introduces Freshman to college life. 




Upper classmen entertain the neophytes at the freshmen reception. 



Miss Freshman, Carleen Williams, takes her 
formal ride in the Home Coming Parade. 




Nancv Allen Carol Ambush 



Deborah Amos 



Charles Bailey William Beckett 




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Thomas Bittle James Boaz 



|ohn Borden Laverne Broun William Broun Christopher Buckley 




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Raymond Burke Colvin Camper Carl Cauthorne James Coates Joseph Commander 




Tyrone Conway Delores Cook Yvonne Cotton Wayne Cropper Nelson Demby 




Agunlia Dilver Wcbsici Dorsey Archie Draper Lorna Dupiee lyrone I'.lliotl 



Jerome Ennels Klnora Evans Robert Farmer Reginald Farrare Clara Fenwick 




Francis Fisher Ronald Freeland Dwight Garrett Veronica Gerald Anthony Giddens Louis Giles 





Jacquelyne Gill Pamela Gil 



BettyGordan Eunice Gorham 



\'iola Gray 




Shirley Griffin Schwann Grimes Kim Hall Kathleen Harris Tiquita Harrison 





McKinley Hayes Garland Hayvvard Isaac Hayward Gail Hemphill 



Eric Herman 



Ellen Holbrook 



Leslie Jolinson Ronald |oliiisoii William |ohiison ISarbaia Jones Deborah Jones 



Paul Jones 




Steven |oncs Martin l.amkin Diane Lane Henry Lewis 



Duight Mack Barnett Matthews 




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Linda \L-itthews Cleaster MtCulloiigh Willard McCiillough Ihomas Mcknight Lvelyn Miles 





|o Ann Mitchell 1 eslie Mobrav Dianne Moore Lduard Moore Orrin Moore 




iiiie Moscly libel Murray Maui ice Norlleet Williani Nixon Regenia Oden Ihonias Owens 




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James Phillips Sherwood Pinder Odell Pommells William Roberts Gerald Seweil Laiinie Seymoii'. 





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Gwendolyn Short Larry Slaughter Gonad Smith Donald Smith Elizabeth Smith Randolph Smith 



Marion Stanley Richard Strand Derrick Sudler Thomas Sutton Harry laylor 





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Joseph Thomas Edwin Turner Jesse Warren Donald Wesley Mary Whalen Clyde White 




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Kevin White Shirley White 



Garlene Williams Robert Williams Harry Wimbush 



AUTOGRAPHS 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



^IAR^■ KLIZABETH ADAMS 
Route l.Box 12(3 
Pieston. Maryland 



SHIRLEY A. CARTER 

902 W. Saratoga Street Apt. 2 

Baltimore, Maryland 21223 



WILLIAM E. DUCKERY 
Route l.Box 304 
MiHington. Maryland 21651 



RICHARD PA I'RICK ADAMS 
Route 6. Box 21S 
Mechanicsville. Maryland 



BENEDICT HLTCHINSON CAYENNE 
Princess Town 
Trinidad. W.I. 



JOSEPH DANIEL EDGER70N 

3H 13 Clifton Avenue 
Baltimore. Maryland 



RAYMOND EL'GENE BANKS 

2801 Elsinore .\\enue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

ELIZABETH DOANE BASS 

704 Olivia Street 
•Salisbury, Maryland 21801 

ANDREW B.\TES 
341 1 Powhatan .Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 21216 

ROBERT G.BAYLOR 
1006 Haskell Avenue 
Paulsboro, New Jersey 

AUDREY BELL 
3925 Maine .\ venue 
Baltimore. Maryland 21207 

JOYCE MARY BLARE 
Route 2, Box 17A 
Mitchellville. Maryland 21 109 

BRENDA A.BOND 

Island Creek P.O. 

Island Creek. Maryland 20644 

LOIS ADRIENXE BRAITHWAITE 
4553 Marble Hall Road 
Baltimore. Maryland 21212 

BARBARA ANN BRIDGEFORTH 
2507 McCulIoh Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 21217 

GENEVIE\'E BROWN 
414 Clairbourn Street 
Salisbury, Maryland 

HARRIET ADELLA BROWN 
Post Office Box 73 1 
Easton, Maryland 

ZOLAH I.BROWN 

408 Linden Avenue 

Pocomoke City. Maryland 21851 

RODNEY W.CARR 

Route 3, Box 56 

Dames Quarter, Maryland 21820 



ROLAND LEONARD CHASE 

12 Marbury Lane 
Brandvwine. Marvland 20613 



ROBERT M.CHESLEY 

12313 Old Ford Road.S.E. 
Washington, D.C. 20022 

JAMES BERNARD CLARK 

6208 Gardenia Street 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

ELEANOR COOKE 

1 16 Chester .Avenue 
•Annapolis, Maryland 21403 

RICHARD EDWARD COOPER 
Route I, Box 216 
Easton, Maryland 

LL'CILLECOTT.MAN 

Route 2, Box 134 

Princess .Anne, Maryland 21853 

\lCrORlA E. DASHIELL 
2947 W. Gordon Street 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19132 

WALLER B. DAVIS 

DOROTHY W. DENNIS 
Route I, Box 25 

Newark, Maryland 21841 

EDITH L.DENNIS 

3022 Gwynns Falls Parkway 

Baltimore, Maryland 21216 

WILLIE H.DESH.AZO 
1 12 Fleming Drive 
Baltimore, Maryland 21222 

DELORES DICKEY 

1117 N. Lakewood Aveue 
Baltimore. Marvland 21213 

CALVIN WESLEY DOTSON. JR. 
2220 Mount Holly Street 
Baltimore. Maryland 21216 

EUGENE R. DOWNING 
Virginia 



BRENDA EATON EDWARDS 

2410 .Arunah Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

THOMAS A. ELBERT 
420 Dover Road 
Easton. Maryland 

DELORES ALFREDIA ELLIOTT 
R.F.D. No. I, Box76A 
MiHington, Maryland 21651 

JEAN A. ELLIOTT 
R.F.D. No. l.Box 126 

MiHington, Maryland 21651 

HERMAN EDWARD EURE 

Route 1, Box 15 

Corapeake, North Carolina 27926 

SEWELL FEDDIMAN,JR. 

Route I 

Newark, Maryland 21841 

DIANE REBECCA FLAMER 
Route 1 

Ridgely, Maryland 21660 

PATRICIA A. FLAMER 
Route 1, Box 20 
Camp Ground Road 
Denton, Maryland 21629 

HENRY FORD 

c/o Jamie R. Ford 

72 East 122nd Street Apt. 2-F 

New York. New York 10035 

JAKE FORD 

c/o Jamie R. Ford 

72 East 122nd Street Apt. 2-F 

New York. New York 10035 



BRUCE WAYNE FORSTER 
North Somerset Heights 
Princess Anne, Maryland 28153 

WILLIAM A. FOY, HI 

2812 Winchester Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 21216 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Al.BERr GAMBLE. JR. 

1201 S. Beatrice 
Detroit. MichiiTan 42S17 



DAVID \.J,\CKSON' 
4001 13th .Street, N.E. 
\V.ishington. D.C. 



JOYCE L. LANEV 
918 \. Rosedale Street 
lialtiniore. Marvland 21216 



ROBERE JAMES GASK1\ 
Scotland. Maryland 21X^7 

PHILIP L.GAEHERS 
2.f26 Edmondson .Avenue 
Baltimore. Maryland 21223 

CLARISSA GRIMES 

102 Sixth Street 

Ocean Cit\ . N'eu Jersey 0S226 

JOE ALLEN HAIRSTON 
509 Roosevelt Blvd. 
Portsmouth. \'irginia 

JOHN E. HARVIX 

23021/2 Mount Royal Terrace 

Baltimore. Marvland 21217 

FREDERICK HAWKINS. JR. 

Box 19-B 

Harwood, Marvland 20776 

MARGARET R. HAYGOOD 
10 Plover Road 
.Salisbury. Maryland 21801 

SANDRA H.AYNES 
5907 Arch Street 
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 

BRENDA HOLLAND 
Box 88-.\. Spencer Road 
Glen Burnie. Maryland 

P.ATRICIA A. HOPKINS 

No. 2. Box 84 

Rock Hall. Maryland 

CHARLES HOWARD 
716 N.Avondale Road 
Baltimore, Maryland 21222 

J ED I N A CO R I N A HOXT ER 
Route I, Box 84 
Goldsboro, Marvland 21636 

CHARLES CARL I ON HIEF 
Holsinger Lane 
Ridgely. Maryland 



BERN.VRD B.JAMES 
3313 Mondawmin ,\venue 
Baltimoie. Maryland 21216 

DREW JEFFERSON 

121 .\rcher Street 

Bel Air. Maryland 21014 

DWIGHT JEFFERSON 
Baltimore. Maryland 

ALFONSO JENNINGS, III 
5722 Market Street 
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 

BARBARA .SCOT'I JOHNSON 

326 Seneca Avenue 

Mount Vernon, New York 10553 

GORMAN S.JOHNSON. JR. 

Box 121 

Hanover. Maryland 21076 

JENNIE AILEEN JOHN.SON 
26 Monroe Street 
Aberdeen. Maryland 21001 

KENNETH J.JOHNSON 
Baltimore, Maryland 

LEROY JOHNSON 
1911 E. Lafayette Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

ROBERT OWEN JOHNSON, JR. 
335 Martin Road 
Brandyvvine, Maryland 20613 

VAN JOHNSON 

Box 279-A Route I 
Jessup. Maryland 

CON.STANCE DENNIS JONES 
291 Cedar Hall Road 
Pocomoke City. Maryland 

RU7H ANNA JONES 
Route I, Box 293 
Quaniico, Maryland 

VEDA AMELIA JONES 

284-0124 

Baltimore. Maryland 21222 



BRADLEY MILE 
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 

FANNIE M. LOCKHART 
403 Division Street 
Perth .Anibov, New Jersey 

DAVID J. LOUDEN 
631 N.Avondale Road 
Baltimore, Marvland 

JAMES G.LUNNERMON 
Box 324, Maryland State College 
Princess Anne, Maryland 

LEROY M.YCK 

Maryland 

REGINA E. MACKALL 
Route 2, Box 164 
Huntingtown, Marvland 20639 

MILDRED YXONNE MANLEY 
Box 43, Route I 
Halifax, North Carolina 

JACQUELINE WINAFRED M.YTTHEWS 
Box 210, Queenstown Road 

Severn. Maryland 21144 

ALVIN MCARTHUR 

Baltimore, Maryland 

HOWARD ROLLON MCKINNEY 

Route 2, Box 14 B 

Princess Anne, Maryland 21853 

AMMON L. MILLER. JR. 
2214 Phelphs Road 
.■Adelphi. Maryland 

L.\WRENCE ERIC .MITCHELL 
2905 W. Mosher Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 21216 

ARNOLD G. M. MOORE 

5 Moore Road 

Brandywine, Maryland 20613 

ROBERT E. MOORE 

Route I 

Mechanicsville. Marvland 20659 



ROBl.RI HE HUNTER 

Post Office 

Silver Spring, Maryland 



ERIC R. KING 

281 1 C;hclsea Terrace 

Baltimore, Maryland 21216 



CAROLYN DELORES MOULDEN 
201 Riva Road 
Davidsonvillt. Marvland 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



OLIVER LEE MYERS 
Route 3. Box 358 
Brandywine, Maryland 20613 

JACKIE A. MYSTER 
916 Mace's Lane 
Cambridge, Maryland 21613 

LEONARD GEORGE NICHOLSON 
2569 Oswego Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 21215 

DARRYL A.ODUM 
4934 Carmine Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 21207 

BERNIE L. PEOPLES, JR. 
1734 Ashburton Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 21216 

LILLIAN DELORES PERKINS 
317 Madison Street 
Frederick, Maryland 

VIRGINIA MAE POLK 
663 Fitzwater Street 
Salisbury, Maryland 21801 

JOAN ELIZABETH PRETTYMAN 
2216 N. Woodstock Street 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

ALONZO L. PRICE 
3104 Garrison Blvd. 
Baltimore, Maryland 21216 

ROBERT W. PRICE 

3780 Columbus Drive 
Baltimore, Maryland 21215 



TYRON E ROSS 

Maryland 

JANIE MAE SAVAGE 
Box 18 

Atlantic, Virginia 

JOSEPHINE CECELIA SHORT 

Star Route 3 

La Plata, Maryland 

PAULH.SHUFORD 
2725 E.Murn Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 

KEITH I. SKINNER 

35 Agra Street, St. James 
Trinidad, West Indies 

ISAAC A. SMAW 
Virginia 

DAVID MCDONALD SMITH 
2937 8th Avenue, 155 Street 
Manhattan, New York 

JUNE K.SMITH 

714 East Road 

Salisbury, Maryland 21801 

WILLIAM R.SPRY 
Maryland 

THADDEUS STEVENSON 
Baltimore, Maryland 

PATRICIA STEWART 
Priness .Anne, Maryland 



JA.VIESM. WALLS 

3754 Baldwin 

Detroit, Michigan 48214 

DOLLY J. WASHINGTON 
2324 N. 19th Street 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

AVAJEAN WATERS 

3928 Penhursl .Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 21215 

CHARLES E. W.-XTERS 
Route 2, Box 229 

Chestertown, Maryland 

HOWARD WAYNE WELCH 

Barclay 
Maryland 21607 

JOYCE ANN WHITTINGTON 
Route l,Box 185A 
Marion, Maryland 21838 

PAUL DEAN WILES 

P.O. 

Eden, Maryland 

DIANE FRANCISCA WILLIAMS 

P.O. 

Baltimore, Maryland 

ERWIN WILLIAMS 
1940 Pondersora Street 
Portsmoiuh, Virginia 

ADA LEE WISE 

Route 216, Highland Road 

Highland, Maryland 20777 



JACQUELINE R. PURCELL 
172-14 144 Road 
Jamaica, New York 1 1434 

OWENS PURNELL 

Maryland 



RICARDO V. TAYLOR 
1021 Barker Road 
Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania 

WILLIE TAYLOR, JR. 
Route I, Box 147-E 
Snow Hill, Maryland 



HATTIE WOODS 
Post Office Box 685 
Preston, Maryland 21655 

AUDREY \'IRGIMA WRIGHT 
Route I, Box 93 
Sudlersville, Maryland 



SANDRA E. RAWLINGS 

Sunderland P.O. 

Calvert County, Maryland 



WILLIAM A. THOMPSON, II 
4Douthit Street 
Greenville, South Carolina 



RICHMOND WRIGHT, JR. 

205 N. .Amity Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 21223 



HAROLD STANLEY REID 
469 Myrtle Avenue 
Berlin, New Jersey 



GAIL ANNE REESE TIMMONS 
306 Prince Street 
Salisbury, Maryland 21801 



WANDA JEAN WRIGHT 

Box 341 

Fruitland, Maryland 21826 



DIANNA ROGERS 

31 12 Gwynns Falls Parkway 
Baltimore, Maryland 21216 



NELSON ROBERT WALLACE, JR 
R.F.D. l,Box 192 
Chestertown, Maryland 



AMALA. YOUSIF 

c/o 1370 Fort Stevens Drive, N.W. .Apt. 301 

Washington, D. C. 



HAVING DIRECTED 

ANOTHER FLIGHT 

OF THE 

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Pat Hopkins — "All together now 1-2-3' 




Ml Wiles— TH\Nk \OU MR. 
WILLS 



Ingiid Hull — "I came as soon as I 
could." 





OUR EDITOR 

AND STAFF 

ARE SPOTLIGHTED 

BY THE RO\TNG EYE 




Calvin Dotson — "And what 
next?" 



Shirley Carter — "I came to work didn't 
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Charles HnfF — "I do not knc 





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Ray Opher — "Who .said Lm not 
proud. " 



Nelson Wallace — "Hold-it Biiich. 



Office — "It's lonely at times." 



[oan I'reityman- "Take time to think' 




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